The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Running title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-1969
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t. 1 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16, 1944 12 PAGES 10 CENT diet NUMBED 102

'Control' Key Factor, Says Lesser -

Rec Department Ban On

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'Outside' Teens RappedA 1

Recreation Departmentrule

prohibiting any organUa- I
tlon other than the department-
4 sponsored Teen C lub from stag ; "
b t ing teenage dances In the new I -

I II Ij Il Ir Ir Ix community centerbulldlnjj.was \
attacked this morning by City ; .
Council member Joel Kuper- .
t. .
E berg. ; .. 4\t I. ,\' I "
The councilman laid he understood t -" .,\
the Naples Jaybees
and the Oil Air Patrol asked

I to hold teenage dances In the .= t /
r new building, but that they had
been refused permission

Lesser Recreation said he Director made the Julius rule e) () tm.t :) .

prohibiting any group other than

the TeenClubfromhaving teen \ t) (oJ a

age dances. The rule does not .', ('., A.. ..
apply to activities other than Q -.1 14
dances and does not apply to
dances for other than teenage,
he explained.

Lesser told Council he established
the rule mainly because -
of a possible drinking

___ ___ ___._ ____ _. __ __ _.___ _n___ problem at non-Teen Club dan
ces. ''Conr roiling this problem
comes: at these dances would be a real
tale of "The Unailent Night Before Christmas" which problem but we h.vehad absolutely
j will be presented at 7 :30 clock tomorrow night no problem at the Teen
for the parents in the cafetorium of the Shadowlawn Club dances. he said. SHARING THE SPOTLIGHT at tomorrow's luncheon mortinir of the Naples
School under the direction of Mrs, Peggy Smith, Hospital Auxiliary at the Naples Heath club "ulIth Jn st'ph| nertolamt,
music teacher Contradicting the poem that says, HOW TO CONTROL hospital administrator, will be this 60-voke choir from the Lake Park School
"Not a creature was stirring!, not even a mouse," Members of the Teen Club under thr direction of George Hooker which will give It |program, of Christmas
there were mice hovering about the Christmas tree board of directors assisted by music Bertolami will discuss the hospital's expansion program, illustrating .
as is seen in the top picture. In the center is the Lesser have policed the club's his talk with the use of a model recently! 1(1\< '**I the hospital by A. R
I II Christmas fairy with her little goblins while below dances. "I know of no way to Stal.)., a member of the board. (NKW3: photo)
I II Is old Santa in person. (NEWS photo) control It (drinking) U other
clubs use the center" the director
,; ....... ... sskLk.
Believe It Or Not_.; .
'. ."- "Teti'is convicting people' In '
l advance,'"Kuperberg respond Tf"Naples' 1 'f-/ \"

ed. "1 appreciate your problem ,
n, !r T 78y but I don't see how you
I r P 1
can close a public building to Street Rebuilding

(- :10.- use by other ,roup." Lesser
noted that drinking had been s
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS problem at many teenage dan
ces held In other halts around

City Leases SASKATOON, Sack (AP) WASHINGTON (AP) Sec.r town. Should Be Done Jan.l
One of the worst prairie blizzards Ury of the Treasury Douglaa Coodloe McDowell mentioned By
In history slammed Into Dillon has
made tentative plansto that destruction of property was
Key Area For Saskatchewan today after caus. realm within few months, It a problem at a recent teenage
Inc at least two deaths Alberta. was learned today affair at the Trinity parish Naples' drawn-out street : on Eighth Avenue, he no- to Water Plant No. 4. and the
His moet likely 'J. .
successor East
Meter ParkingCity Temperatures lo 30 Donald house. "It was one hell of a construotlon program currently NapNswaterpumpingeta.Lion
dropped C. Conk of New York,
below urn and winds howled up head of a large utilities firm time/' McDowellllld. In progress will be finishedby Tim above streets' will be were BO per cent com

Council this morning". to 70 miles an hour. Schools and former chairman of theSe. (Centliitird en page It) January 1, engineer W.R. finished by December tt or plete.
tered a flve.y.sr lease acre closed and travel was virtually curltles and Exchange Commla.slon Wilson assured City Council some r the ens Inner said.IilhlttSI Wood said the City's own
ment with Mrs. A.R. Staley tor abandoned. Hell 55 this morning. reel will be the last to be |,o,000aralnsurac1rg pro.
Lots 82 through ZIn Block Weather officials expect the Cove's "This scFwdule: comes closer done. Its southern five blocks gram U virtually finished. No
IS, Tier 9, as an off-street park. bitterly cold weather to continue Crayton and closertobeing reality" below Eighth Avenue South will more work will be done until
lot 'N" for several days. Hlfhs of 29 WASH] GTON (AP) Proel. Wilson said lie apparently be finished by Christmas and after ttie tourist season he
below were forecast across the dent Johnson's decision to deliver Flag Will Stay referred the three blocks from Eighth
to earlier completion' (Conllmifd ..
The area covering about one province and tor &skairhewan.As his 8ltt..oUhe-Unlon mew safe II)
half block Is located behind the winds die sap at a prime nlcht televlalon. schedules which were not met. te Fifth Avenues South will be
and to the east of the Fifth expected to Umperaturesare low. radio hour on Jan 4 Indicateshe The Crept on Cove flag pole, tlaipln Inc. of Venice. is goners dare by January 1, Wilson told
Avenue Bezel Drug Store. er. drop even plans a rouilnj sendoff for dating back to about 1M7, tint contractor for the. $W2, Council. Another Bar
\ his "Great Society" procram, Collie to disappear as a 'am I. 483 prom, but has subletall
B will coot the City about
The White House announced liar land mark. It may be mov. SOD ORDERED
LONDON AP .Motor crash.es street construction work.
$800 to lease the ( )
par year
\, pert,. This amount represents caused by foe killed II per.sons Tuesday that the President will ed traffic a hatarda few feet sent to reduce The storm-sewer phase of the Sod has been ordered si pan For Negro Area
In Britain, address the 89th Congress at 2p.m. done of the project clean-up work
city and county taxes on the pro. today One pile.up "A flytnc American flat Is a project chiefly by lUlpln.U .
party Mrs. SUley, cooperatlnfwtth on the Great North Road In. ".n...EST on the day It con. great sight," said CUT Manager complete except for cleaningout The contractor will replace sod OKd By Council
the city In Its parking pro. volved more than 70 vehicles Vines Wood, who has bass' ertiU of pipes now being done bya torn out during construction
bl.m. asked for a return only and killed a truck driver. died for propoelnc that the flagpole firm,specializing thaI work Wilson said The clean-up' Naples i tty Council this III on.
In the amount of the taxes. .SAIGON' South Viet Ham be removed "But a flax Wilson said.Asphalt work should be finished by the Inc nave the go-ahead to an applitatioii -
James Bell, chairman of the PARS The North (AP) South Vietnamese cov. pole without a flag la a differ Is being laid, or will first of the year. he added. tor a ascend bar lo
Off. Street Parking Committee Atlantic AUlanc&s defense mln. eminent troops last week suf. .1It 'Ilbl." be within s few days, on the The storm drainage pumpIng serve the city's Hecre/ popula.ti .
recommended to Council that Uteri turned today to a check.up fared their Mctiest casualties In Merchants In the CraytonCove two tem-up& blocks of Third l station on the Day at Dread the "cenerous offer" of Mrs. on their military etriklnc eight months in the war acainit area have objected strenoualy to Street South Sit of Second Avenue South Is complete, except Earlier (tits month, the mating
fitaley be accepted. expressed power, but the rrenct..'m.rf. the Communist Viet Cone a the removal of the pole and have Street except one block at the. for electrical! huokupe and Planning Board had certified .
the appreciation of the CSPCb can dispute over nuclear policy OJ spAceman said today agreed to see thai the American north end of the project. and Wilson said. Engineer MGhlotto. > that. the proponed place OfbuMneae
continued to dominate the an. Government forces killed MO liar Is flews was permitted by son.iC .
all of Eighth. Avenue South of the local office ef
the lseseagrsementileCity nual ministerial conference Communist cuerrlllas, however Wood was authorized to settle and was more than 400.
Is to pave the area and In. The North Atlantic TreatrOrpn1zat1ol compared with MO of their own the "dlaacreement" about the Wilson acid Paving crews Black Crow and tidiness, reported from the nearest church or
Mall puking meters. Revenue \'. stale erf military dead. flu pole. were laying asphalt this mornI that both the addition attain Count merely approved
derived from the facilities maybe readiness and Its preparedness I IM ...ra' certification this
used to pay tan... The City prospects were the principal m,,r'line. The application avails
has the right to landscape the Items under study la the eonfer. ...... beverage ofiiclala' appro
property but will be required nee hall Inquiring Reporter: al

to restore It to orlcnal tom.It i otpUcatinc the Issue were
dittos at the termination of the f.
pit y a church croup to re.I .
lease. Republicans WASHINGTON meet(AP today) House with What Do You Want From Santa Claus? I,* lie .lie church building on ai
at la
1.1. property McDonald
The City also .has the rift talk of a chance la leadership U i .. lire that would be
of "Drat the air but u 4 withini
refusal" to perchasethe nutMnc speclCe on
uo feet of the
the i proposed new bar
land If the owner decides procram
to sea st the end of the lease Privately, several cf the Re.publicans Tfce dutch: how. Is located 0"/fc
Mat away from the site of the
scree meat. said they are sure a
I + which will be
number of their eoUean tar operated by
Mr* Harry (LUlie) Williams.n .
would like to e.e Rep Charles '
A. Halted of Indiana replaced church croup's relocation
fan* were aired by Us
as leader So far aolxxty had
SNOP IG D S SucHa stepped op te lead a revolt He Joe rosier. and by lawyer
humanly city Attorney
> rH/u t David Spingler told (hem that sow
MOSCOW CAP) no Soviet Mr. Williams'/ application.
Halo charged Congolese Pre. on record, the church's reloca.
inter Motes T ombe'. only dip. tin "tear the propoeed bar would
Lanai to Moscow with "bMtUeaoUvtttea" be Rude al the church's riak
today He was r. r M .. Williams said she .baa
dered lo rJoet the cor ateaelecattoe bee operating a restaurant here

M, and leave the count J (('..II.... ee pace U)
canton Nfarabanl, Ute
Congolese charge raffalrM, I
was ...OM4 to the Soviet ,
romp Mialetry Tuesday and \ Weather Outlook
told to leave. Da date wu M .mow .1.

.J. for Us dipanereAa t, & Jr Partly eiwdy' tad Mild IhreeghTker
I, the Soviet aaaovneemeat by Taas ''j. iay. Lew tonight II U
, sews acency, aeeeaedHtambaal
of MacetvUlM en. JOHMHAOftT TtMClAMOeXatOVE rLt.U1 idea JOE WALLACE LA WOW 41 Hick. Tkunday 71 u M.
friendly to the Soviet V.." At feata's Howe Al feota's Houe Carver ftckool"I Carver School rU.lrrly .1114.! It .. U Mikel

READ OUR and "uapermlsstble acetone u "A eenera and s recordteyer. "A Ttof Tear Doll a*< draftee, would like te have e doll '1 would like for haste Claus .hwr "' _1., _theater.It .
ADS resets ef Soviet dt......." ." sd a pair of angle heats" baby a4 butt"' lo being sae a B-B fun." n.'....'.

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COUNTY NEWS NtplM' Me.. Wed. D.wnls r .14 ,IH4
Bonita Covers Northwest
;; .- :> Snow ,

at the crave at Edward MOM,
Teddy Kennedy 41, killed with the pilot of the ,
crashed plane. NewsBy
Walks Unaided Then they drove to the home Cold Numbs New EnglandBy

of Hoes' widow, Catherine, and RAE WEAR
rutted for a while with her and record cold ,
struck with *"d
From Hospital the three Moss children v (n' Open House at the Two Royal THE AUBOCIATED PRESS blinding snow In the natl a,. ",
He returned to the hospital before ii Palms on the Beach HOld in A tremendous winter storm, Northwest todayShrieking
DOBTON (AP) -Sen. Edward 8 a.m. in time to complete Bonita Springs was the orderof described by the Weather Bureau winds, with gi'MS

M Kennedy. {Mtiaa*., walked preparations. for MB public departure the day, as Mr. and Mrs as almost unprecedented, up to >5 m.p.h., pressed east
unaided out of a Boston hospital \iders Sonju. celebrated their ward toward the Great Lakes
I''day almost fix. months to the He and his wife, Joan, droveto lId
:"i;Odt) wedding anniversary then. back toward the Pacific i dat since a plan crash 1m mOo Loran International Airportand They are from Chicago, tic in- Florida GetsWarming down Into the central Plains and
baked him with a broken back boarded a plane for Palm Valley
Beach, Fla., oii, where Anders was with
A crowd estimated at about where he will com. of arctic
The mass ur
'lie I Union Machinerompany. Trend great
his Specialty
recuperation before ;
00 Stood hinn lOodegree tempera to go. dropped the temperature to 34
Ing Washington for
"' H i I) the young senor the start decrees below zero at Great
I" as he walked slowly out of of the new Senate session Jan The day concluded with a See Mild WinterBy Falls, Mont
New England Baptist Hospital 4. bountiful dinner at the Bonita At Helena, where the vim
Eons if the crowd was aware Both he and his pretty wife, Hotel for family and friends. THE ASSOCIATED PRIMA whipped more than 2 Inches or
that four hours earlier at 8aun Joan aboard, were hatless as they went T he Hotel dining area was wellp warming trend set in today snow in a .22 temperature. a
(E T-Kannedysecretly the commercial plane with where temperaturedipped Bureau
after spared tor the occasion for Florida Weather meteorologist
left the hospital and in the pre. acknowledging the cheersof Ps gold linen table covers, U low as 27 overnight said "venturing out of doors ,is
dawn darkness drove to Andov.er a second crowd at the air.
unless ,
And considered
with low bowl on a long range dangerous
20 mUll north of Boston, to port topped arrangements weather forecasters said conditions person is thoroughly prepared"
of hibiscus and
visit at the rraveslte of an as.sociate chrysanthemums a mild measured ,
far aloft may augur New snow one t t"
killed In the plane crash c1: P N between arrangements winter for the stale They noted five Inches in the northern halt
which injured Kennedy. Beth Liner Wins of low burning lights, that the high altitude "Jet of Minnesota.
Accompanied only by his Mrs John F. Wear gave the stream" of winds is unseasonal. The cold spread west Into
press aide, Edward Martin, At Palm River Invocation.The ly still flowing from west to east Washington State, and south and
Kennedy walked up an lce.ea Beth liner won top honors In THREE of the "old timers present Monday a, K II an* Club celebrated traditional threetieredcake -4 situation which helps stave east into Wyoming and South
crusted hill and stood silently Tuesday's outing of the Palm its 12th birthday (i i-r) were Joe Belyea, Ralph \\ilUie and Bill Jones, topped with a cluster of off Jack Frost on the ground 25,. Dakota Drifting snow closed

-- ---- River Women's Golf Association. shown with todax president Brandt Watson. (NEWS photo) wedding bells, was finally cut 000 feet below. schools and roads in some areatof
Competition was for the best by the former bride andgroom, Despite Tuesday night's mer. Montana, Wyoming, Idaho
"Poker Hand" or the score card and served to the guests. Gifts cury dip, two Florida points and Washington
EXCLUSIVE AT RAR carrying the most of any one II were received, acknowledged were among the warmest in the The Weather Bureau said to.
number of strokes. tiw with appreciation and then open country Tuesday. The national day's temperatures in Montana
Our Special Eleanor Grlnt was In second high was 76, at Miami Beach. probably would hold IS to 25 de.
place in the tourney played by ed.The former Sorlne Knudsenand Tucson, Aria, and Key West frees below zero, and tonlght'a
Individuality 16 members of the association each reported 73 degrees lows would drop to around 40
In. Plans for next week's tourney Anders Sonju were mar. A 27 degree reading at Tails below.
will be announced. rled December 13th, 1914, in buses was Florida's lowest on The spreading storm prompt.
Iv Drammen Norway then cameto Tuesday night Temperatures ed heavy snow warnings for
GIFTS Alberta,Canada in 1928 and were In the 40s in central Flor.
Pinellas County at Christmas 1929 to the States Ida and in the 60s in the south Dakotas

Accessories and to Chicago where they made ern part of the state. from the Pacific Northwest to
Antiques Backs Annual Meet their home. They came here in The Weather Bureau at Miami the Mississippi Valley.Temperatures .
said that the hlgh-flowlng Jet dropped to sit
August of 1962. They have one
Of LegislatureTAMPA 1 stream usually blows In a south. over Alaska. Even the usually
son, Anton Sonju. who now re-
east direction at this season and moderate Alaskan Panhandle
INTERIORS (AP) A generally sides with his wife Frances in the fact it Is still moving due reported subzero readings

Furniture favorable reception greeted the Chicago, and they have five east could save Florida some Cold wather numbed New
Legislative Council's Committeeon sons, Jlmmle, Paul, Frank chilly mehts.Forecaster. England as the temperature
Upholstering, Legislative SessionsIn Mike and Steve I two daughters Gilbert Clark said ranged from 10 above to .5 In
a public
Draperies Pinellas hearing Monday, Captain MChristineSon from that these 100 to 200 miles per some sections

CarpetingR delegation,County commissioners, legislative and ie Des Moines,Iowa,who took time hour wind currents bring cold
fronts down from Canada. When
off from her Salvation
citizens In attendance
gave a
they blow toward the southeast
duties attend this
unanimous endorsement to the to occasion
Florida the cold fronts buta
plan of having annual sessions. another daughter. Miss Lilly gets Senior High
west to east Jet stream move.
The Pinellas group looked at Sonju, Is owner of the Two
the frontsout
qt keeps pushing
CSott JUC.t yearly sessions as a means of Palms where the family now to sea before they material Concert Set
giving legislators
more time to resides. Iy affect the Sunshine State
study the mass of bills submit A couple of return vacation
r ted for consideration trips have been made to Nor- For TomorrowThe
Sen. Bill Young of Pinellas QUARTET, led by Mrs. Helen BaronI ((1)I), sallie "Happy Birthday"and way, and Anders still endeavors
1290 Third St.50.M.mll.r Park said lie believed leglsla. served especially prepared cake for the Kiwanis Club meetingat to make a yearly hunting Naples Senior High School
tore were "not capable of doing Pfaff Chorus will present its annual
their Baroni's Monday night as club celebrated its 12th birthday :Mrs. trip there while mother with ReportsTo '
duty In the Joe Belyea baked the angel food cake in honor of the occasion Christmas concert. 'Christmas
American Institute time allowed them. rare European cooking art In Song" Thursday, December
Interior A legislative session now runs (NEWS photo) is.busy along with knitting and Council On 17, at 8:15 In the senior high
(0 days every two year crocheting. auditorium.

L- Another sister, Mrs. ilelga Plugs For CityDave The popular group, directedby
Alandr along with her husband Miss Polly Jenkins, will sing

&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&& Fred reside in Bonita as do PfaU, executive vice president contemporary well traditional Christmas songs
the Fred Alanders and the of the Greatu. Naples as as carols.
'" Lawrence Blschoffs and their Chamber of Commerce, told City Accompanists are Miss Esther

GIFTS GIFTS : 'and' more GIFTS for families. Other longtime Council this morning that $1,493of Trultt There and is Miss no admission Gltnda Ludlow.chargeand
friends from Chicago, Mr. and the $20,000 budgeted by the
the public U invited to attend.
Mrs. Otto Olsen, now reside City had been spent for adver

at Fort Myers Beach, and each Using
weekend thegroupusuallydbratogether "The Chamber splint $538 In
'a" November and has committed to
at one home-ortho
a.- other dale Pfaff about said $11.000 of the budget," Paint Smearing

I Mrs. Sonju has another sister Advertising started December

,Ir2T'_ Mrs. Marie Rudd,who with 6 In six northern newspapers, Youths PlacedOn
her husband resides In Seattle, including the New York Dally

: Washington while Anders has News, Chicago Sun-Times, De. ProbationIn
.. two brothers, Martnlus, a resident troll News, Cleveland Plain Deal.
I 1 of Chicago, and Sverre er. Philadelphia Inquirer and the
of Crystal Lake, Ill. Boston Globe Advertising In this week's session of Ju.
northern papers will continue venUe Court Judge Richard M.

MEN'S LINED GLOVES 4e98 TOWEL SETS 2.98 BOXED KERCHIEFS 1.50 were Those Mr and attending Mrs. Fred the dinner Alan- through papers to January be Included 16, and are other the boys Stanley on placed probation two after lI.year.old hearing

der, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .
Toronto Globe and Mall, Chicago they had smeared paint on several .
Blschoff, Mr. and Mrs Dally News, New York Times cars parked recently near the

MEN'S SKI PAJ's 3.98 MUSLIN SHEETS 1.79 SWEAT SHIRTS 1.69 Fred Alander, Jr., Mr. and and the Chicago Tribune Naples fishing pier
Mrs. Larry McCormick the Pfaff said news releases by the Juvenile officer John Rogers
Otto Olsens Mr. and Mrs. An Reynold's Enterprises have gone said the boys did it because,
Melby Mr. and Mrs. Rex to upwards of 800 northern they told him, "it would be fun."

BOYS' LINED JACKETS 4.98 PERCALE SHEETS 2.19 PILLOW CASE SETS 1.98MEN'S Younds, Mr. and Mrs. Byron pipers Photographs accompanied I Two of the cars had to be takento
Akbert, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson the column stories In many In. body shops to have the paint
Diehl Mr. and Mrs. Robert stances, he said removed Rogers said
The total mall responses to the A .year-ota Day, previously
SPORT SHIRTS 2.98 BLEND BLANKETS 4.98 LINED SLIPPERS 2.49 VanDyke, Mr. and Mrs. King show advertising this early Is ,not Pfaff expected said, but to placed urged to on Improve Juvenile probation his effort,was record .

Schermerhorn and Mrs. John about 100 Inquiries have already in school The judge said
F. Wear. been made. "We'll know next he is not Interested In the boy's

MEN'S BILLFOLDS 3.98 NYLON PAJAMAS 3.98 RAYON THROW RUGS 1.98 month the results of our advertising achievement grade as much asks
Confused Count ," he said Is Interested in the effort trade
Pfaff received the compll. u shown by reports turned in M
Enumeration of the presl
manta of the Council each of the teachers.
on the report

MEN'S ROBES 5.95 NYLON GOWNS 3.98 BABY DOLL PAJ's 3.98 dents subject j of the of U.S.confusion often since is a report, also made on by the the beach Beach erosion Era. the Both youths had been before
authorities do not agree as to Judge on chattel
whether President Grover don Committee of the Chamber. earlier this fall. Judge Stank

MEN'S DRESS SHOES 7.95 SHEET BLANKETS 2.98 BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS 1.98 Cleveland twice not consecutive because should his terms be counted were Pfaff could Commenting said Implement he hoped on a the the project Council latter as, the decided side rest of to a of Juvenile let the them afternoon.Jail see cell the Then for In*

recommended by the committee. he put them on probation











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II ,' LI' I ?.1 I tin ph'HJtII"dt' B( aid of Realtors

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1.50 MEN'S JAC SHIRTS 3.98
WELLINGTON BOOTS 11.95 k Ill I ,, k IIthl'' II l I,,, ill -i\ with lum in. lud,. L,.s Whitaker ,'jrt'-

1'1"ld'l\t\ ; l 1It"B, \\'Mtkms. Jr, eoetai'>' William\ A. Loach treat
STORI-: IiOURS9Ahlto9I',111 1JI't'r ; John IL Rived and Earl U rr\c.. directors Burton u shown here.'

,r .. 'F It E g 'nt.1 i .u > ,'pti'.1.> K:.,\.l] tn.in ,inning president John Wood, white I
Ham Vrdenr, d i' 1.Iticut' ufll Honda
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+ Aseocjation of Kealtors.
GIFT \" It \ P whoiut&lIed the. t
l nem looks on. Other included -
prominent guests
.. 766 JI"H AVI'f' I RA. Nina Hme, Fort Myers ice-president of the FAR. and David
I r. C. Jones chairman of the Florida Real Estate 'ommiuion.
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1 ,:OILIER COUNTY NEWS Naples. H.. Wed, O".r. 'it, itu 3
Cotillion Holds

S #ato

l Second FormalOf

The SeasonI Vfftw y TafM/e*'

I slow oi andlplighl on gold and silver set the theme ll otcli Jix
.in elegy ,t e\tiling of dining and dint log for members y o
i lIlt'aplo' (l ,'itillu on SttKKSW at the Moorings Country
HIS l teas I''' "i" ,ml loimal jfUn uf the "'asol1ror
Si I"UI' "h'' I' *t pt-seiu luniiij u 3ri; umples..
"u i partte ,' I la ed I, the 'u'\t t. face guest night ate The historic Hole-In-The.Wall is now properly markedfor
lahniiJiMiuuig lit, erutng ..I I l I-el t i \tri"th
.. polity with a plaque of the club emblem at the
that' I I" tirv i "i o MUM' let ixi i i leg; wire the rave
'liplas| who .,1 H" "I II lilt Lest .: That i II' hiiloI ii J site of 'he actual hole-irvtHe-well, off the sixth fairway
Milt n U I li I ., I I. tat,, J.II' ,,I I..,,,1U, ,t USillt-\s. and A \,,ther" plaque near the front door of the clubhouse.
.' \1'11\\11" B. I I \ .h I ,
Tll r>I"< dPe for the plaques started with small
F''' o.: I t"'I"i .. .l! ,'riure the festl.u a group
', II .ace tie Rlrha(1PIUmau(1 tatlofttieArthur( ) of lad et and spread to the Ladles Golf Association They

i I I 1,1), l J. Ii P.. u."I f MI', 1 1.1, ,;" .1II1a', tl.el' !. w), represent many weeks of loving. labor on the part of
M .I I I' I UI ".1' I" I I season
Or (11rf 0 Kayser, who though seriously III, spent long

hours resting the plastic models. Shortly before Dr

I Kayser died he carefully packed and sent the models to

I- 4; the Bannuter' Company In Milltown, N J., to be cast In

Mrs Kayser and club members were present yesterday -

at noon when Mrs Robert Diefendorf, chairmanof

r the plaque committee, formally presented the plaques

to Mr Harvey Jordan, president of the Hole-tn-The-Wall

Golf Club Other members of the committee were Mrs.

r : Francis Simonds, Mrs. Richard Patterson, and Mrs. P H.

r\ Pope


Sunday Mr and Mrs Harry Bradley gave another In

Of Health around stove) that paint tur. a .series of cocktail parties at their new home on the
pentlne and oil be stored In a
safe place; that the exhaust tan -- beach. The Bradleys will be spending the holidays In

Warns Of Perils over kitchen stove be cleaned v .. Milwaukee
of accumulated that
grease; Thursday Mr. and Mrs H. Carl Davis
heaters not be close to window evening, are
From Stoves curtains or other material which ::9s/u Of Capri entertaining at their home on Yucca Road Mr. and Mrs.

JACKSONVILLE-CAP) The could burn."Another. xi Robert Collins will be there and have with them their
thing to remember ,........
State Board of Health laid to. Is that carbon monoxide can kill i By GAIL WINCHEtL Phonl..fIz.n04"n w granddaughter, Jane, who Is here fot two weeks. Marl

day several persons have diedneedlessly Just as quickly as fire," Morrl. lyn Cove was also a guest of the Collins', but returned
from fire this year A number of our winter residents medical treatment during
and gave advice which could son vents said for stoves"That's And the It's reason Import for returned home last week. stay. Mrs Wlnchell U feeling Sunday to Villanova, Pa.

prevent similar tragedies In the unt to have a little fresh air In Mr and Mrs. Ry Stewart much better and her trips to William H. Kelley, who recently moved from the

future.All fixed heaters must have the house." returned to their home here Miami are becoming leas frequent. Bahama Club to Golf Drive, left Monday to be away un

outside vents and trailers are Last year 242 persons died of flop on the bland aherdeciding that tll the end of January. Mr. Kelley will be In Upper Mont
fire and explosion la Florida,201 it was getting cold up North Mrs. LJ-LoachMrs.Harry
Just A. W.as Morrison Important Jr.as,homes director, said of of them In homes. In 1962, the The Clarks arrived Monday Henderson and Rosemary clair' N. J., with his grandchildren and their parents, Mr.

the Division of Sanitation which total was 228 with 203 of themIn afternoon They hive been tour- Loach spent the weekend In and Mrs Malcolm Hall, and also with the Robert Kelleys
licenses trailer parks. the home. Ing the United States during! the Oanla, Fla., with Mrs Loach'sand In Rumson, N. J.
"Gas or oil stoves must be put month and decided to return Mrs. Henderson'i mother
refer k You can be sure at least two people from Napleswill
vented to be safe," he said. IT you've opan-face to the "Isles" before the Mrs K.R. Rowland. ,
"They also must be kept In good sandwiches to serve ss an hum r weather got real bad and the Cecil Cupps had dinner Monday be In Miami for most) of the festivities connected
working order." d'oeuvre count on he food roads were covered with snow night with the L.L,,Loaches with the Orange Bowl game. Mrs Ruth gland Is the
Morrison suggested that all thawing in about half an hour it and ice and Mrs, Henderson.
rubbish be cleared from mother of this year's Orange Bowl queen, Linda Egland.
away room temperature.auto
Mr. and Mrs.llerben Kernl- Mrs. June Cuppa will return
Mrs and another moved
Egland daughter, Rhonda lee,
gin are back In their home on from the North next Saivrday,
Tahiti Street and next week a full report on here a few months ago.
Shadowlawn School Also down from the North are where the went and \what she Twenty-year-old Linda, who received her education

Gives Christmas the PUtoshes, who have moved did will be Included In this in Miami, and attended the University of Miami for a
and Into their newly completed du- column (If Its printable)).
year and a half, has been winning contests right along
Program Tomorrow"The Capt. Paul Wlndwlt reportedthat
W plex.We hope that all or our winter fishing U Improving and, collecting such titles as Miss Miami Beech, Miss Copper

MEN Unspent Might Before residents will stay for a long U welt.vtaoodwe.rt..r.should tone, and Miss Florida to mention a few As Miss Florida

By MARGARET SCHLERF"Ph.n.M. Christmas"program to be U presented the name lor of par.the time and create some more keep Improving! Monday hand .'last.year, Linda. attended the,. Mist Universe contest and
two other rUherrnH) '
2,107 cods by pupils of the aiadowlawn newg.Mrs atugtita wn i prlie/orjhe best s fe.costujif.! i She wore a $7,000
Suzanne Bumey had asher large number of mackerel
School for their parents at their suit.
annual Christmas at dmnrguests last Thursday while! fUhlnc out of the Isles space
7 JO o'clock Thursday night In the Cecil Cupps, Mrs Harry of Capri lifting LodtM. Besides, entering contests so successfully Linda
143 Per 100 FamiliesCounty's school cafetorlum. Henderson (Mrs Loach's/ sister For the benefit of Cecil teaches at the Coronet Modelling Academy, does TV commercials

The public .. invited to attend. ), and Mr and Mrs L.U Copes Today the bookmobile and |lust last week was In New York to appearon
"Doc" Loach wUI be between the. nitrlnasi
Mrs Peggy Smith Shadowlawn
the Carson be able
Show. She
Johnny hopes to
music 'supervisor Is In charge Mrs, PJI, Wlnchell visited two weeks from today, I scom
Car of the program. her son, daughter-in-law and her 30. the hookmoblk will be take a little time off from all these activities for I quiet
Population GrowingSPECIAL granddaughters, Mr. and Mrs.Paul between the rnarlnaa, also..tf few days over Christmas here with her mother and sister

Wlnchell: and Joanne nothing gibe wrong' On Saturday Mr. and Mrs William N. Joyce are driving .

( TO THE NEWS) population U bigger today gUtratlons since 1960. Theron Ridges Peggy and G.II. last Sunday. over to Palm Beach They return Sunday and bring
NEW YORK .- Residents of than It has ever been. A of The growing number of two Mrs Paul Winchell returned to ,
1 '0'&l' lit' 0'' ''iI' 14 I nuts ini with them Mrs. AI Gulliver who Christmas
Collier County have gone in for the beginning of this year car families Is credited\ by the Hack In NaplesMr. Miami with her Sunday afternoon ,t'I""i I", ttYun,. pilelo." '' III ai regularly spends
automobile buying in a big way there were 143 cars locally Industry with having contributed and Mrs. and will undergo further .k"" I with the Joyces.
in the last two or three years for every 100 famines In no small measure to the Theron Ridge
returned to Naples Monday_ fol STALIY CHRISTMAS OIT-TOOITHtX
the figures show. record-breaking volume of
As a result there are more ABOVE AVERAGE sales lowing where they a trip attended to Monroe the ,funeral wise. "':'\. .. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Staley have

smart-looking new cars to be This was a larger ratio than The Automobile Manufacturers of Mrs Mark Grlnnell, sister of 1 scheduled their annual large Christmas party. Mr and

seen on the local streets and was noted In most pans of Association: notes that about Mrs. Ridge. )II4 I Mrs E. L. Simmons of Decatur, III, will be among thtgu.st.
roads and fewer of the the United one out of six familiesIn _
old vintage States 121 cars per every The CrtnneUs have wintered
from out of town, Also Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henle
models. 100 families In the State of the country has more than Florida and made many friends
Also noted, as another effect Florida It was 129 per 100. one car. The number of such here. Grlnnell.. assistant who vacation here every year The Henles live In Washington
of the buying surge only small The steady rise In car owner- families has doubled In the last postmaster. at Monroe for 40 II ir'a D. C, where Mr. Henle has been a news commentator

proportion of the local popu- ship reflects the economic well nine years. years.First for 40 years, and li currently on Sunoco' 'Three
lation arc now without cars being In the United States durIng Much of the Increase has "
Star Extra, Newspaper of the Air, over the NBC network
the been due the National
The trend in many families, in past few years Incomes to teen-agenwho
fact, has been toward two-car have gone up for moat people try to get behind the wheel of Through the years he hat covered all the presidential
ownership.The and,. therefore, their ability to a car the moment they reach Party Tonight campaigns since Hoover and other world events
details are reported in spend more money for cars the driver-license age. The annual First National Bank such as the queen's coronation In 1956.
nationwide market study published In Collier County the net In Collier County almost 43 Christmas party will be held to.
Mrs R. J. Neckerman Is with her three grandchildren
by the Standard Rate effect of the automobile boom per cent of the faml'les: now nlgtit at the Beach Club, Dinner
and Data Service. has been an Increase of 14.9 have more than one c.r. the is set for 1 p.m. wilt a danceto and their parents, Mr and Mrs. Louis Marango InCa

b shows that Collier County's per cent In passenger car re* report shows.Hopes follow. ( tlaesd ea pile .)
that Bank officers, directors and
r- .. -..' car operators all employees, plus spouses will
would break
a tax next
get year
attend the annual affair
as a result of the plan to cut
excise taxes on various Items
received a Jolt recently: when ONLY FAN CLUB IN STIR i ,
NEW YORK tAP) Barbrailrtlsand
Treasury Secretary Douglas
star of Broadway's
Dillon Indicated that It wouldn'tbe
"Funny Oul," lisa a squad of ;
EVENING BAGS BY MAGIDIn posalbie.He admirers\ at the Jackson Mich.. ,
pointed out that taxes In SUM Prison. Jt

gasoline, ot:, tires and the like *rtiIn| for e picture, the .
are earmarked to pay for the president of the group told net
National Highway Program it was "the only fan club in any
which still has a number of sin in tie O
country. Membershipis
limited lime-eervers. Guilds:
year ) run.
SPARKLING SILVER AND GOLD srcn't allowed to Join. .;t y

WHITE CHALK AND WHITE LIZARD .____________nnn -- J ..... !::!fG


ENERS. BOOKS dint but that's how Mr. and Mrsux( W II/ *
btnieht's itinerary read. Shown hr MI the Vi

pies Motor Lodge, the Jlai,..nuhu sailed. l "ut IIf 4lb JaAa
JEWELRY BY MARION HASKELl Naples, Italy' on the liner Hilu's first crrneln (
Miami and then came directly aiross the Trail
FRAGRANCES BY GIVENCHY ARE GIFTS to Florida's Naples on the .r.art of a :J.\ll'.k

CREPE DeCHlNE tour of the United States They are owners of Ji1rU/.j
the Loma Linda Motel (lit Loma Linda.. California
here )Ir. Habtnleht la. manager of the Chamtwrof
TO BE OPENED Commerce. (Piioto I by MeCrath )

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Garlands Tree Orntment* ChendIfIeft
eatrlx Patter Formes

trlla kkk. Toys Games Ito
24 W vr (Imprint Service On

KapUe, Florida ONCE Ow Wide Selection of .

Chr/stmas/ Cards

Barber $String. HleUcaa Ofon.ua. OMe Cray. V1rg1nJg"i
Gee uUf. ".t-rh.-cov." Ml lager
'j' ,. 0)9 5th Ave. S... MI 2.2520 1204 Hire1 Sired Sevtd He.lea, f|eBoard .
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TI bt i NttJI ,: 9"r....- u i Among State Legislators


I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1964It's : : \ ; Washington Correspondent

. .. . . . . ... ; j Newspaper Enterprise AssnWASHINGTON.

I .f I r Nfc \

Time For Hiring Planner noted meeting hat i took place recently in Chita
the countr '
of change among
V lifers an important
The "spirited discussion" of a proposed distant future. A new civic consciousness j' { state t legislators
/ of the biennial Geloral
tItle ,17th !
zoning change in the business has In recent months developed there The gathering bort' the lofty Under' the wang of the Count

section! of Immokalee that took place at New leadership also has developed, and e 't ASlembh Governments 01 the States tale lawmakers and other leg Isla!II

tuesday County CommisSion meetingnay with it the realization, of what can be of State froll1 Ihe 30( statt.s came together to consider Comm'o

well prove to be a blessing in dis- done with that community if a little etc problems and ,I'lall'd matters .Imllar
assembled In the same city a groupnent (
juise i it it results in the early hiringf foresight and planning is resorted to. Two yesra ago thrl'f l'. S. ron.tltutlonll amend,

f a county planner A good zoning and land use plan would of eiwhich.. if Ippro\ed I.kt'n It'rIoUIII! could base revolutionized the

Irnmokalee will grow tremendously help them both now and in the future structure of American Jo\ernment.: established a Court of the t 111111

lil the next few years, and before the There are other unincorporated areas twt One proposal!of the would 50 state. hate chief justices and rated superior I

,growth) gets up a full head of steams that show tremendous promise if given the composed l' S Supreme Court to certain ederal'ltate matters

the time to set up proper planning proper planning and zoning while they ,t second would hate greatly eased to the the federal process Constitution by whirl

Vid after the deed done Still undeveloped. states could initiate amendments
zoning not is are comparatively barred the federal courts from takll1an ,
aYtd Its too late to do anything about It li to be hoped that County Com- .,\' hand third m slate legislative reapportionment.

the mistakes that are bound to crop up. mission will let no grass grow under its Only the elate legislatures finally approved the Court tit

Immokalee Is the center of the county feet In selecting a county planner. Not the llnion Idea, But more than a dozen stamped their endorse

"'s already sizeable farming industry. only ii the guidance he can give needed merit on the other proposition

fft the next few years, more and more NOW, but the |job can be accomplishedwith rEFty : THIS DECEMBER: : : the with General arch Assembly of.. avoided the States lk, ,,

acreage will be planted In citrus, glads much: less haggling if the program ; though loaded as before propo.als.
the these particular
and sugar cane, which will provide the can be started in the very near future zAr This plague did not mean they chose to ignore the controversial

stabilizing effect so badly needed by before the massive development that is --r reapportlo"e'nt issue They passed a resolution when set on besIde the sub Ito,

agriculture here. Immokalee can also be bound to come> gets underway. ,famous tect. but amendments Its tone is positively of 1962. amazing

the center of the economic activity that It doesn't take an "expert" to realize resolution' pressed support for a constitutional
will accompany this segment of agriculture this ; .r -, amendment which would permit the states. In rtdl ''un'oV:

If the community plans ahead and : k to consider factors other a legislature-provided than population in the the mane\oters of
at least
gets ready to accommodate it. the Mate spproTethh arrangrnunt In a referendum test

Collier County was one of the firstin Job Maker Number OneOf ,: This is lust about the mildest imaginable departure, Rein. i
the state to establish county zoning. the !I', S Supreme Court's "one man one vote reapportion

That this control is highly desirable Is ment decree of mid.1964

manifest in the fact that other counties what use are profits? IIBrRU: 1K.IM: ; ,\TORS) on the Resolutions, CommittuM..t ,,
have followed There's a quick and easy answer You the nmnnaai as the dying gasp of the_Old. Guard
suit as rapidly as possible ; Sen. Charles n. WeIner
I l members-State DIPennsVvanS
But the and have can say that profits benefit the owners of Schaffer of Connecticutfiled
county planning zoning land I State Sen. Gloria
to date been carried out on a somewhathit businesses, large and small. And so they The Best of BoyleBY mDm"IiiDmI the minority report Though the majority report. ot

or miss basis, which has been sufficient do though it is a fact, according to HAL BOYLENEW course. prevailed in the committee the fight was continued

In view of the absence of pressing various public opinion polls, that the percentage on The the liberals assemblY still floor.thought they might win the day If thfl

need for anything of greater scope. of profit earned by typical enter could force roll call vote But under the rule of the assem
prises and whole industries are far lower YORK (AP) In war cigars And they sometimeskilled bl It takes 10 states to force such a vote and the opposition
However, It seems obvious that with you sometimes kill your own our troops and the Bel. >
ihe tremendous growth now facing the than is generally believed. people to keep the other fellow gun people beyond their Imme. THANKS DR. FORD it' !imrSw.1 when the majority resolution was whipped

irea! the time has come to secure an But profits have another extremely from going through your chosen dlate need for bloodletting through( by voice vote, a very large chorus of "no'l' ex
position. And now I must get back to Editor, Collier County News: sentiments the Issue Times
,verall and control build- Important use. They make fobs This Is I .. pressed! the asKembly'iidUided on
plan to guide a necessary facet of my original point, which tar am enclosing an open letterto
'mg and land use throughout the county- A recent editorial' and statistical graphin combat perhaps unrealized by a Why In war you kill your own Dr. Francis Ford. Pleaseprint .. have changed,
younger generation more used to keep It for I would Uke to pub.
Nation's Business tells the story concisely your position clear of
lust as was done in Naples several years to prosperity than danger. the other follow Italy thank this man for his PROM
ago. Its substance is thist "When pro- Let roe present an example, The third keystone of the Bat. courage In voting no to something people
It seems reasonable to believe that fits are low, unemployment Is high When On this day 20 years agoAdolf tie of the Bulge-eslde from St. he felt strongly about,even though WASHINGTONASSOCIATED 1f
profits are high, unemployment Is low. Hitler-as his professions.. Vlth and Bastopie-was a Bel. he was the only dissenting vote. ,in the
Irnmokalee residents will want to incorporate PRESS
army advisers wryly !knew- glen village called Malmedy. Dear Dr. Ford:
their community In the not too In short profits make jobs cave up the ghost of victory In Sepp Dietrich's men lined up I feel compelled to write you 'newS
the west by starting the Battleof and shot more than a hundred and thank you for your recent
the Bulge In the Belgian Ar. captured men of a VJS, artillery dissenting vote concerning Issu. WASHINGTON (AP) Presl
dermas observation battalion outside ante of a license for door to dent Johnson says his administration NEW YORK (AP) Formei
Few things In this world are Malmedy, but they lacked the door sales of home beer dispensers will do all It can to stepup President Harry S, TruisM
harder to contain than a well. swift tenlus of battle to Dene. peaceful contacts with the says he had indications 13 dap}
others say planned German attempt to trate this northern hinge of the First, let me Identify myself Soviet Union before President Franklin D
ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS move from here to there Battle of the Bulge. I am a mother. Second, I am He met at the Whit. House Roosevelt died that Roosevelt
At first they slipped In steal And this Is what happened not a teetotaler and do not turn up Tuesday with a group of In. life was near an end
my nose at a good cocktail or at dustrlal leaders who spent two
thy silhouettes of well-armed For several days Allied head. a transcribed televlM 1"t"
silence, killing us by their being quarters, figuring for a certain.ty anyone who enjoys alcoholic bev. weeks recently In the Soviet Un. series to be broadcast next Kri.
and surprising us by their dar. that the German adventurers erages In good taste Third, I Ion visiting factories, labora. day, Truman cats
Jnf. would momentarilypenetrate. hope that soon we will be N a.polltans tortes and engineering design "It became perfectly obvi!s
tl' There were two armies of Malmedy, sent night after flight as we are how owners Institutes to me that due to (his) health I
them. One was the 5U Panzer of bombers to hit the town. of property in Naples and are Johnson said he hoped there would eventually Inherit the
army led by a professionalarmy They hit It again and again just trying to tie up loose ends would be more such trips, in presidency I had seen him Just
man, Gin Hallo von The Germans tried to side before making our permanentmove both directions, and added ''I 13 days before Ills eyes were
Manteuffel, whose main pur. step the town to the south, and am asking all agencies of the sunken, his magnificent smile
pose was destroyed by our re. their armor was booby-trapped I am glad to know that there government on our side to make was missing from his careworn i
I/ slstance at St. Vith and and dismayed by our men. are men who wUl stand up and be sure that we're going as far as face lie seemed a spent man

But e. The_u_ bombs___..__ that__'_ tell .In'. _MAl.._|_ counted .In voting<<. I "no". regardless we can to extend this hand of "I realized I would probably)
The verdict of "Nuts" to the medy fell amid our own earnest 01 now italic it may seem peaceful contact. to the Soviet have to take over an lmnn Klhl<
r enemy was not given alone at and stubborn Infantry and the State law may have vetoed thecouncil's pvopte, wunout in any way en. Job, and i had a strange feelli i,
Bastogne. It was given to him Belgian civilians. No German decision, but the record dangwrtng our security." that Mr Roosevelt knew."
J at most places after his finely outfit ever got Into Malmedy would how have stood as an indicationof WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Roosevelt died April 12, 194:
organized breakthrough. But the Allies couldn't risk It. the people of Naples feel dent Johnson has sent membersof Truman, then vice president,
I The other German army, the And that was how It was In I agree with Councilman Combs the U.S. armed forces a special was sworn In that day.
t 6th, was led by Sepp Dietrich, that town then, and how It has that there Is no difference In Christmas greeting ex. LOS ANGELES (AP) Zsa
L ce a former Hitler chauffeur, and been In many another town be. having a home beer dispenserthan pressing "great pride and deep Zen Gabon's claim against the
made up mostly of poorly led fore and Derhaos may be later. there Is In havlnc an oven" appreciation" for their "&\ead. city of Los Angeles for $100,000
Q 4 Oy SS troops To Von Manteuffel At the time' It is hard to be difference liquor cabinet, but there Is the fast devotion and readiness to has been rejected by the Cit)
in that
sharing a coal with Sepp Die. under your own bombs. Later, nobody came defend our nation's heritage." Council
to our home to sell us the liquoror
trlch was almost like asking If you survive, you forget the Johnson said Tuesday he The actress tiled the claim on
the cabinet.
Gen Omar N, Bradley to fight bitterness and perhaps begin to We do not legal. wanted to express "my special the ground that a municipal
Ire sales
side by side with Al Capone, understand. of guns for door to thanks" to those who must be crew completed demolition of
and giving Capone more tanks Anyway, that's' one part of door sales, and I can see no real separated from their families her home after It was damagedIn
difference In the moral .
'iltr -
and guns. war, as it was In a battle that senseI during the holiday season the disastrous Are that swept
feel to have home Invaded
tt ,tik The troops under Dietrich startled the world 20 years ago by men peddling my an item which, WASHINGTON (AP)) Presl the 1901 fashionable Bel-Alr districtIn
1 came roaring through our lines! today If not properly supervised and dent Johnson says the common
as their own photographs of controlled, cools bring heartache devotion between the United City officials claimed Miss
themselves subsequently AI.,0.13- -,1flio to my entire family and perhaps Stales and South Viet Nam Is to Gabor clear Ignored repeated noticesto
showed, laughing and smoking Innocent victims, Is wrong, and I preserve liberty and peace her property
THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS1ImI&00I.'O also feel that the people for whom It "Is strengthened' by the LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac.
:t,' ",'&,\ :\', we cast our votes alel.ctlontlm. close personal ties which bind tress Anne Francis won a divorce .
: ,) tW :' are duty-bound to protect my so many of our -!oeoole to so from Dr. Robert D. Abe
home from this invasion when many of yours," Johnson told tiff on the ground of extreme
LALT possible. the new South Viet Nam ambu. cruelty alter testifying InSuper.
I I I ( L. LRLL. If the people of Naples want .ador. IA. Gen Tran Thien lor court that he was "Impossl.
-'TLO.'TI.I home beer dispensers,then make Kitten, as he accepted his ere. ble to please."
ACROSS .. RLCD LVICT. them available at proper sales dentlals at the White House WASHINGTON (AP) Presl.
I sod 30 Small LMTLR. LLCCT places, but somehow door to door Tuesday. dent Johnson dismissed a White
rumor sales of beer dispensers goes Khlem, former minister of House guide when a fellow Tex
t -f
lt:1U1n: G A T. 0 I' V .R
31 Bad bndr., N with honky-tonk communitiesand defense Is the first South Viet an came to call
8 Health player 0 .R C ell.le. e L J. o not communities such u I have Nam ambassador here since The President escorted! ()yetI
Toe Cane stiwit Mmnr" rerun ]]. Ruin R U M 0 .R 'T .R ACT Imagined Naples Traa Van Chuong resigned in Culp Hobby, president of the.

_'In my house m wlsb l everybody a :Merry ChriMmn by telephone' 11 hili 34. Breakldu 1 11 A L A V e 0 A. T .. Again, thank you for voting August labs In protest against Houston Post, to the west lobby
l2l'rnt, uTAf SURMI I SL "no". government raids on Buddhist Tuesday to show her a painting
n Purrh.at temples In
IS I'uaaeuecl Saigon
It Oer U. Grlyl'I' L C. 'T 0 Ii\\J N /It 0 A N Mrs. C, H. Harper . . .. .
War Against Junk Mail 16 .the S8. Brigand t D L' t T t1 N 'f E.wuncl Woodbury. N.J. --------------w . . .

II. 0Iv. ,
(Rtprlntttf Frees CrMniWre N,C. Dally Newt) I round 44 .lnsagsteIS :l h..1 da. II . . . . . . . .
TIIM Editor Collier Newsy
p"1 iJ', 'natne County
The MSs and devices of the Toot uattt in the local Post Office:' Blend U Wipe bft'lt 'I I write this letter with half a + Hugh Bremernan'a father was
20 Draws s \\I( I
Office Its 46 Cotr... \pplrhk. .ompult smile as the situation strikesme one of
Department are myaUrlous! as simple as that. All iou 22 ('rased our frllil I i. 'ipt""If1c the best known makers of

and complex but often !in the need to do is check the envelope to 2S Leg 47 U\'t Lon\sins 4 FffIn date We as both left funny Naples and some disgusting.eight guitars fiddles and other string

middle of the maze a rem appear see whether the "return requested" 26 2T Farllou ....I 5, Daam 17 Flurries months ago with the corner of instruments in the whole danged

Take, for example the cite of aNew hu been included, and if It has rOil 21t Paid Heir notlre beteg OO\\\: t.More Type 19 11_js.Ink'_' val Davis Boulevard and U. S.41 torn United States. If you happen to

Jtnejian who got fed up with lust writ "refused" and chuck the 29 U.rlllocMt l I SpilDe ,. Dtriatd 20 hides ora all to pieces We shook, rattled have one of his instruments holdon
and rolled over that mess for a
all the "junk mail' flowing to, his ",tunk" In the mailbox If it hun't. aI a-, month or so last spring.As to it for all you're worth.

house and office and ailed the department chuck it m anyway and let the putt r s l e s .. fugo Put on we turned the corner at the + Thanks Mr. & Mrs. Kinney.

w hat he could do about It. man throw (it out. ? J2 Enwrulredroer main part of town on our arrival Hope everyone feels
back to Naples I remarked to my as you do about
The reply so pleated him that he One or another the baste at the
way new television
l'Ian husband, "That corner cant still log in the NiW8.jrs. .
sent It to The Wall Street Journal intent t 1s' the'un1..: To let those whosell Itamt be ton up." But, lo and behold, + Peg Bradley's home

This was what it said or solicit through the mails u l4 .nd I"l6 It'. still s mess on the beach not new
"Any mail which do not know that their efforts not Aaumt. I hope this situation will soon only IB beautiful
you are
appreciated but
r, a, t5 a mend be changed as Idont think onr'M one the most practical we
wish to accept be refused bv Tn this day of endless in.
may J 1.." H..rI buggy will be able to take it for have seen. Rising aster
writing the word refuted' on the \'aMons of pri\'aey. citizen mutt me .rut t I 'hap long I'm sure even bolt will be -r.eh there against
is no
the address h; \tI\I"..hht'Io"I :shook lone. -ince sure
mailing piece adjacent to even weapon the have to keep
r4 pa 1: I I know ':joein.su> suffer f t.r, is f'r.--t1n'' : 111 -tvt-: ,' her
lV alae.
and returning it to your po,t t. era* miiercialUm in it- proper -I progress, but I ,11 it't think It :, :. : : .
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1:1:>.,......:.- N.T and made SIX ("0)) tor a though the Feemetere' and tilt COUNTY NEWS. N.pfie./ ? W.d. (tWnhw\ it "ifM 5
Hp on the Board. Note only Wheelers ( after sound Mddliw)
t measly 1 0 difference but an 8 DK make MX does not noes**
Naples Bridget\\ ; t.) top In raatchedpoants. The Them.Pere airily pinpoint faulty deteo.*: .' w.e II the shells.sunshine A retired In a general sidewalk sat ate: in

I were second with a 7. Thatfight much depend on the lead" and T I eVtSI.o't).' in St Vitt and said, almost
difference had little to do frequently that Is a fueaa Since bleakly, "After 10 the
BT FRANK OTTE '" wMlt the final result It either !. all cases Southiplayed the battle years
II-: .. -_- .. ..........------ led taken a dangerous try at bead, West leading *he fourth great NEW YORK German({.AP) offensive- The here"is But scarcely he remembered remembered, vlv.
I Siam, the difference would still high Heart 7 in either a Sped
launched Idly.
In this column, it .as lonff November I as our MampletNORTH bee been only ONE point How. eoscract or a N.T venture should today suddenly 20 years ago The effective
the Allies used
caught by sur. technique
been advocated that slue at netted E-W trick even
ever, let's suppose that either had have .
prise and the was to show the
by time they re.covered places as th.yare
I Duplicate are Inadvisable, but la I-A a been a aero which from a top4er II North's 10 held. K West had .
from It, a million .oa.cIi.rs today with someone recall
Rubber Bridge frequently amid II 1 I7. a eecond.7 I* quite a spreads made a guestlmate lead of trump
Involved tar event
were and there a score of
1 pi This unorthodox opinion has each. smvfl. still remain years
the overall recap. Consider, Jack, the situation
were 77,000 casualties. Tuesdaynight back, and then to illustrate
ed many a friendly arfumentj ad. fee final tabulated result! Team the same As I see it, the only"ftveaway"
[ on NBC, It seemed a very them with film taken In battle.It .
mittedly, the majority of4ntai -.. IT, 4' to S N.T and made 5 to SIX I* If Wed longtimtago. was moet
trent impressive when
may pac me u wrong. Consider, H 1 -*. Team 7 inade4.No lead the Heert-Ace u t peak .
cJ1'r" D-a t a i Those first days of the vast termer (JI' not the generals
however, the ollowinc pfclloa : Trump for tourth.S. Team 3
yrk e-i ta oard. I recently questioned one Ardennes offensive, called the were recalling events and torn
In Rubber Bridge, a slam lid and made 3 No Trump for has
phjr: 10.K of our very beat player who "Battle of the Bulge." finally radar who died there.One .
potentially otters a terrific ... a 17 iqs fifth 4. The remaining four long been avid on slam Her broke the German war maoMne ex-soldier, now a clergy
losing a 50 or 100 set -I K Q Teams all stopped short
profit; 750ewra answer, "Ohl A slam bid It so and proved to quote narrator mane} looked over a meadow and
to winning 500 or fci Of but all made Mf
r compared game excttlngl" Welt, food for you Chat Huntley, that the Amerl. remembered Der 24, U44
prints la InconseouMilal.In 81 Which proves that going Mrs. XI) But Isnt It better to
can 01 was "the finest soldier In pt11ed blood, torn flesh
In ;t;, a clam try (unless dealer.NoS is vulnerable West Is N a slam (In this case) would play to win rather than to stretchfor the world." blasted spruce and Christ
the bidding shows practically I was playing Cast and have made practically no match a wlU.oi.the.wlsp thrill Now "
The critical time toward the mas, all at once, he said "To
positive) I* usually a top or bot. Margaret was Wenl; our op.poents point difference at all .as I'm not sure about.that. What do end of World War D was the this day I hate Christmas trees,
torn and a bottom can mean a the Feemsters.w to ZERO.
compared a possible you think?
basis for a fine documentary Even a little small of pitch
V of from a possible 0 to 9
!, k pA spread Hr. program It told the story prl brings back memories.
dl ... the number of .
depending P i P.tl fan DON'T STRETCH
.. Si marlly through the words of Bob Newhart, the comedian
r. ,
tablet in play.For In reviewing the situation, It Air Conditioning .
Pus 41 AH pan 100of the men who lived costar of "The Entertainers,"
five years It has been my should be obvious that a SIX It U estimated that one qf through It. has asked for and received his
privilege to examine hundreds of The Feemsters so bid and this In either Spades or No Trump It every four of the approximately We returned with the veteransto release from the CBS show
traveling scores and the average Is absolutely sound made remote and the fact that only 20 million apartmentsin
they .
Vtanden, La Roche, St. Vlth, He will depart some time aft
1s definitely AGAINST slams.Let's SIX for two teams made It United SUtea.li. partlyor
680. Dr. and Mrs.Whoal.r appears to the Bastogne, Malmedy. Cattle er Christmas when, It Is expect
take Board 28 played on however arrived at J warrant this suggestion Al. wholly sir-conditioned.-. grated In fields once torn with ed, Carol Burnett will be well


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THE NAPLES r-" "''" To Kiwanis Seat BrunkAs Club I ':The po frlf Corn l l'A

Notebook Brunk will be installed u

IMS president Of the Naples W. visitor sadly shook his head
wants Club In ceremonies plan.
(Continued from page 8)) H ned for next Monday' meeting As be basked in the tropical' sun;

at Baronl'. U. Governor-elect Call this Christmas? to me he said,
Bob Sorrels from Arcadia will
w 1k
be the installing officer. It will Well, not where I come

McLean, Va. M,.. Neckerman has no definite plans to be a ladies night affair Installed
Other officers to be
return, but too much old man winter In Virginia will k include Rhys Beatty, first vice Christmas needs snow and ice and cold

bring her scurrying back to balmy Naples. president; Bob Macauley, second And the sound of the slfiighbell's rind

Friday, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nicholson expect their vice treasurer.president The secretary and Bill Jones Is ap., And as for me.I. I can't be sold

daughter Dorothy from Washington, D. C., for a two- pointed by the Incoming preal. On this weather that feels like Spring.

week visit. The Nicholsons have the word from their son dent. The new board of dlrec.
tore Includes Tom Elwood, Wal. Santa Claus in a bathing suit?
that he has returned from duty In Viet Nam. It. Cmdr.
ter Phelan Richard Chamber.
No sir it just isn't right;
J. L. Nicholson Jr. is now with his family In Monterey, lain, Rae HendrU, Joe Belyeaand and tropical fruit
Cal and the for advance Sam England. Cranberry
first of the year reports studies
The 12th birthday celebrationof I think it's an awful sight.
at the Naval School of Science in Monterey.Mr. the local club started last

end Mrs. Christopher Kriendler (Sandra Lieb) DEDICATION of one of two bronze plaques at the lfole-In.TheVall Monday will also be carried into

the birth of December 14th (In New Country Club is witnessed by group of members. The plaques are the December 21 meeting. The My poor misguided friend I said.
a reproductions of the club's emblem and were designed by the late club was organized on December Your lament does not ring true;
York City. The baby's name is Allison Demere, and her Dr. Curt O. II. Kayser. Members present for the ceremonies includeI 10, 195%. You're mixed up by the things you've read

maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. larue Lieb, (I to r) : P. H. Pope, Justus Wakelee, J. G. Sample, Harvey Jordan, The organization meeting was From a myth you take your cue
Sixth R. L J T-lford Mrs. Hobert Diefendorf Mrs. Curt O. H. held at the Pelican Club, attend.
Street, South, Naples. Mr. Kriendler, recently re Kayser (par ed
by 39 Klwanlans- and
leased from Army duty, Is associated in the family owned tially Patterson.hidden Sec), Mrs.Notebook P. H. Pope, Mrs. F. M. Simonds, and Mrs. Richard tlve Klwanlans. John Luse prospec.was For no snow fell on BethlehemOn

"21 Club," popular New York restaurant. (NEWS photo) -elected Davis, Jr.first, was president.elected vice If.pre.H. the night the Star first shone;

RADABAUGHS BACK IN TOWN sldent Clifford Anderson,secretary There was no blizzard nor howling gale

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Radabaugh arrived last week and Our Tree's Up New Method Of surer} and The Walter board Sorokoty of directors, tret That swept with a shriek and a moan.

will be at their home on Dolphin Court until late spring.Mr. consisted of Roy Ingrara, S, S.

Radabaugh's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Detecting Lung Jolly, Cale Jones, Howard Evans The breeze was snit and what is more

Thomas Hackett, arrive this week for their yearly visit. and George Lake.Victim The night that the Christ child came

The Hacketts will return to Cincinnati early in January. And All's WellDY Cancer Found Hibiscus bloomed near the stable door

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Porter, who have been comingto BALTIMORE (AP) A new As Mary murmured His name.

Naples for many years, are now at the Garden Court CHARLOTTE DURNO tions,Joey said,"Tell us some method for detecting lung can. Helps
cer has been developed at JohnsHopkins of violet hue
stories about bears llkeG Bougainvillea ,
Apartments. We finally got the Christmas rampy University School of Check Writer
Sunday there was a party in the club room at the tree up. Now this may seema used to tell you, Mom." Medicine Arched in a graceful bower;
little early to some of you. Just the way tradition would Dr. Curt P. Richter, who de. Poinsettias wet with midnight dew
Gulf Towers. All the apartment owners In residence but at our house we always have It, we sat around the tree vised the test and equipment, Get Out Of Jail Enhanced that sacred hour.

gathered to trim a large tree and enjoy a pot luck supper. plan hiving 12 day of Christ and I told them stories that laid today the technique Is of, KEY WEST (AP) Thank/

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. mas. This U to allow time my daddy had told me, and I value in Identifying some lung'to the help of a man he de.
for the thought of all the wonderful cancer patients among those The Heavenly Host in the starry sky
George Pavlicek, who also own Gulf Towers apartments, shaking brightly wrap- frauded with bad checks, Harry
ped boxes, guessing the con American traditions that we with chest ailments. York was let out of Jail for one Proclaimed the birth of the King:
were not at the party but hope to be in town soon. The hold One of the The test, which Involves than
and few rellmln- to
tents, giving a p greatest day Tuesday earn more And rustling palms echoed the cry
Pavllceks are from Hinsdale, III., where he Is presidentof ary gifts before the big day. I think, Is the tradition of measuring the skin's electrical 1000.
resistance takes only 10 min. As the whole earth seemed to sing.
Bergl Chevrolet Company. The Carrolls live in Columbus Betides that, It also allows giving. utes to administer, And the same man, Sam Co.

Ohio. Mr. Carroll Is head of the Columbus Publish. time to change the decorations Finally, their excitement was It has only a limited use, Dr. Ian, a former criminal defense
calmed and lawyer from Chicago, will con. So we find here in our sun drenched land
on the tree at least a dozen sleep came to all Richter said since it is designedto ,
ing Company and of the Seneca Hotel. tlnue helping York make money
majority owner
times. four of them. I went back to show up only early cancers Untouched by the ice and snow,
The popular annual Tinsel Ball sponsored by the I suggested an aluminum tree take another look at the decora- which affect sympathetic bad until checks his one.year Is up next sentence July.for That the Spirit of Christmas is near at hand

Junior Woman's Club Is to be this Saturday at the Naples this year Just to avoid the after- tions and In the beauty and stillness nerves York is a 54.year.old profes. And we feel God willed it so.James.
Beach Club. Among those planning pre-parties are Mr. Christmas pine needlesbut that of the room, the Madonna He emphasized that other me. slonal artist who spends all his
met with disapproval from all smiled. thods of detecting lung cancer time painting In his cell
and Mrs. Reardon Mr. and Mrs. Tom Benson Mr.
George B Moore
are now outdated by new
sides. You'd almost think I at the county jail here. He av.
end Mrs. Robert Benson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Porter. suggested having no tree at all. technique.Dr. erages about one painting (Submitted by Mr and Mrs W.B Fogarty)
Richter said he does not
The Reardons have about 50 guests at their home on According to the kids, "Alum Common Market know what percentage of lung mostly on black velvet-every.

12th Street, North. The four Bensons and Porters, joint inum trees don't smell. cancers might be detected In two day.
n all started when York, from
hosts, will have their party at the Seagate Beach Club. After Sunday dinner we all Countries AgreeOn the curable stage, because he Seal Beach, Calif., was living
piled Into the buggy and head does not know what
proportion Steve McQueen Sells Christmas
Also and working in Miami and vis.Itlng
those planning to attend Mr. and
among are: ed for the parking lot to make of them press upon or damage Key West weekends
Grain PricesBRUSSELS on ,
Mrs. William Eddy III, the John Arnolds, Mr. and Mrs. our choice. It wasn't much ofa nerves before they spread to staying at Golan' motel. York

Mike Rans, Susan Eddy and Humbert Powell /III. At decision, but It was exciting (AP) The six oilier tissues said he ran through t $8,000

another table will be Mr. and Mrs. AI Wood, Mr. and And It would take a whole lot European Common Market test The consists equipment of two used small In bat.the bank account and wrote checks Wreaths To Aid Boys' Republic
to replace the delight In the countries agreed today on a sin. for more than_$1,000! which Go.
Mrs. Walter Sturdivent Bertha Dr. Wills Series of 22.5 and 90 volts
Boyd, Wayne .children's faces that picking lie schedule of grain prices, ,wires, Ian honored They bounced, and
Mr and Mrs. Austin Evans, M,. and Mrs. Ronald Tarvln; out a Christmas tree will bring. effective in mld-1967. two electrodes and meters he was sentenced to a year HOLLYWOOD (AP) There Steve admits it was probably
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiegert.The Back home again we wrestled Agreement was reached after which record the flow of cur. He gradually worked up to is a handsome Christmas the turning point in his life.
the 13 months of tough bargaining. rent and resistance to It. trusty in the jail kitchen and wreath hanging in the entranceto He learned to do his work,
Wiegerts are coming down from Sarasota, and tree Into its stand Then It was the major step toward a A technician attachesone earned the privilege of sketch. the MGM commissary with a and there is plenty to do at
with their children, Paul and Jeff, will spend the weekS Hubby suggested to Joey that unified agricultural policy nec. electrode to the patient's leg Ing and painting in his spare sign saying others like it can be Boys' Republic"I
he put some water Into the easary for Common Market par. and runs the other electrodeover time. ordered by calling the office of had the garbage duty dur.
end with Mrs. Wiegert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. stand The next thing we knew tlclpatlon In Kennedy Round specific skin areas The His talent soon became appar. Steve McQueen. ing my Christmas at Boys' Republic .

Merrell. Joey was on the floor with tariff negotiations opening next electrical resistance of the skin ent u completed work started Why is a movie star selling ," he recalled. "Listen, It
the newly bought tree on top of month In Geneva. areas Is recorded by meters filling his cell. Christmas wreaths? wasn't a bad Job at all. You Just
him. We all looked at Hubbyto The agreement was a triumph and mapped on a drawing of Sheriff Henry V. Haskln con. The answer goes far back into had to haul out the cans three
Italy Launches Va.cy's station at Wallops Island, see U he was going to explode for French President Charles de the human body tacted Golan and the two ar. McQueen's put to an episode he times a day. There were a lot
-when he didn't, Gaulle who had threatened toboycott The sympathetic nervous sys. ranged for a ooe.man show in has seldom discussed. It con. worse Jobs."
With the space achievement: pitched In and the everyone tree the Common Market tern controls the skin's resist Golan' motel (Holiday Inn). cern another Christmas, when One of his other duties wit
Satellite put
Into Italy becomes the third nationto back In position Then unless it agreed on agricultural ance to the current. The more "I Just don't believe In bear. he was barely a teenager but assembling the Della Robbla
orbit a satellite. Only the Timmy prices West Germany, which active the nerve, the less resistance tag malice or holding a grudge possessed a toughness beyond Christmas wreaths, which an
Orbit From U.S. United States and the Soviet Started" to sing "Deck the has the highest wheat price in the current will en. against anybody regardless of hU years. put on public sale each year
Union had orbited space vehl. Halls. It was easy to seethe the community, was the chief counter. who they are or what they've Inevitably, lie got In trouble with proceeds helping to supportthe
WASHINGTON (AP) An ties previously. Christmas spirit was beginning obstacle But U the nerve compressedor done" said Golan. with the law. He was offered the Republic Steve stayed thereabout
Italian spacecraft dubbed Ban "Now Italy has Joined a select to come alive Several Effective July e.ll. ::6k this damaged u by a tumor, the "B floored me," said York choice of stern punishment, or a year, then left to ship
Marco I and stamped""Launched group of nations that have more carols and the tree was schedule of ef. condition will register In In. when he learned of Golan' ges. enrollment at Boys' Republic, a out on a freighter.The .
In the U.s.A." U placed a satellite Into orbit," aglow with bulbs, Icicles, and feet within the trade bloat creased resistance to the cur. ture. "Under the circumstances, private institution dedicated to lessons he learned at
whirling around the earth every said Serclo Fenoaltea, Italian lights. Durum wheat, $3.95 per bush. rent. you'd find very few men who straightening out boys In trou. Boys' Republic stayed with him,
99 minutes ambassador to the United Then the Madonna cherished elf) soft wheat, $2.89 rye, $%.38; The American Cancer Society woud act u decently u Mr, ble. He chose the latter. and the whole experience rmains ..
corn, $2.30 and barley, 199. finished early development of Golan." Located at Chlno, 30 miles
Italians are Jubilant over the States. He thanked the United htndpilnted wall plaque,was vital in his memory.DEATHS
World for such Dr. Rlrhter'a technique. Public east or Los
prices major Golan and Hasklns sent out Angeles, Boys' Re.
success of the 234-pound sateU States for Its assistance. wrapped In blue and
lights hung
lite which was rocketed into or. Deputy space administrator the grains u durum wheat, barley Health Service grant support more than 100 invitations to the public la Just that a self-suffl.
on wall. and corn are still 30 to 50 per ed recent tests of clent plant where the boys rule
opening the show and the
bit by an Italian crew late Tues Dr. Hugh U Dryden was the topU.I.
As we stood back
to surveythe cent lower than these future themselves with .
sheriff adult
day from the U.8. space ageru representative present. arranged for a one-day guld.ance.
tree and the other decora prices OBLO, Norway AP Carl
.;=:", .. parole for York. ( )
\ Back In his cell last night. "The system works out fin. Joachim Hambro, 79, from 1939.
..P F P ("J York said one canvas and seven says McQueen in rliio P ctuyou : IMS president of the League of
r velvets brought around $1,000.He allow the boys to run the Nations and later a U.N. delegate .
plans to continue working boys, you can pretty well be from Norway, died Tues.
FROM and painting "18 hour a day" sure that discipline will be kept day In Oslo. He was president of
}\ until he 1* released. When a clean cottage means the Norway's Parliament when

Van Der Veer Golan has arranged for a con. chance to see a movie once a Germany attacked Norway in
M. UStt.: }\ Sinuous showing of York's work month and one boy can wipe out 1940.
: In his motel until his release. the privilege by demerits, you LUCERNE Switzerland (AP)
Music Center }\ A* to his future, York said he can bet the others will see that Richard J. Reynolds Jr., 58,
i \ plans to live and work here he suffers for his infractions. tobacco heir who made his own
Horn of Inttrudion }\ when be finishes Ills sentence Young Steve didn't see the mark In shipping and aviation,

8THE I In All Mu lcslInitrwmenh wisdom of the system at first. died In Lucerne Monday. He
GIFT I JiiL He ran away, landed In Jail and had suffered from chronic
Ice Buys Lot For $25 was returned to Boys' Republic."I emphysema. He formerly wu
.ev got my lumps from the oth. Winston Salem, N.C., mayor
The Gift That Keeps On Giving In ManhattanNEW er fellows," he Mid. and national Democratic ft.
He also had a long talk with nance chairman.
YORK (AP) Edward the IUptrlntt dtnt. Steve re. RAPID CITY S.D. (AP) -
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tir Hot-own, 81, bought alS&foot.
I, member him u formidable Leslie Jensen 7S former
a gov.
For A New t lot In midtown Manhattan
OFF long
50% t
looking man with a patient un.derstamflng ernor of South Dakota, died
at a city auction for $29.
of the motivations Monday of auto crash Injuries
ALL MAKESGUITARS Musical Thrill. "I Just took: a chance," he of boys la
trouble. He gently suffered Friday A Republican,
said after Tuesday's
of list price I of purchase. explained the alternatives of Jensen served one term u governor *
& on a corner. Maybe I can
Come In Sieve's future life he could goon from 1938-38. He wu an
sell tt to and
a neighbor maybe
}\ getting Into trouble, or he Army officer la both world
I can put a sign up on It. could start
learning to get wars.
and Listen The lot la six Inches wide.
10 Priced with other human beings. STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) -
From !CIiRIST\f.\S-Splrlt: George B. Park 56, senior vicepr.Ndent
The LOWREYI) t. of the Yuletide had swept or Mocaah.ErICAaan.New ,
up this girl strolling on ViaFrattma RENEW m ., York advertising firm
$19.95 tit in Rome Her hair MATITC IKMt7 News From died of a sudden leisure Mon
was done In a Christmas tree DUKlHGYOUtS

t upsweep compute with tinsel 6fiPiN MDA1N ', County Records ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Dr.
and ornaments. Paul H. Hock: 62, hew York
to: state commissioner of mental
SUOAR SUPPLIES MARRIAGE LICENSES hygiene and an authority 011
ENERGY! Dean Blair and Delilah Co mental health, died Tuesday
Our Selection of r We Carry -- wait Imrnokalee. DIeM of a heart attack.
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Allen Pcctfc and Pat-
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DAVID LYON and free throw line and playedan -

Everglades' hustling, hot- alert floor game to lead
shooting Otton brought down the Gators. Addison, s trans Pompano Park Opens Thursday . . . . . . . .
the Naples Eagles 'T1lut fer student from Decatur, Ill, ,

night on the Naples floor asa displayed good marksmanship trL 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.plq, Fl.., W.J. D. .mk., It. 1964
noisy crowd: watched die Lot ri- from far out. W lard Wooten
county basketball tussle. 340-pound center, and Barton : Different Than 39 Years Ago '

Naples lost premier soor also contributed fine efforts.
er and rebounder 8... center Ritchie paced the Naples r POMPANO BEACH (AP) The property is about 38 miles Colleqe BasketballBy
..e0w When the horses start running north of Miami and an equal
Steve Clark, on personal fouls scoring with Harris the only
late In the third The other Eagle to make double figures at Pompano Park Thursday distance south of West Palm
night the scene will be vastly Beach Numerous legal obata. DICK COUCH Francisco and No. 4 Minnesota
Clark was hemmed In
Eagles were by only
trailing different from the track's first rice had to be removed before Associated Press Sports Writer with perfect records.
one pint at the time but could pretty well under the offensive opening In the heat and dust 39 the Van Lenneps could havepartmutuel College basketball's upper The Hawks behind sopho.
not >> pace with the Gators boards by the Oators years ago, or last year when it betting. echelon is fast becoming a more Matt Goukis Jr., openedthe
In a hectic fourth quarter Lots of floor errors fouls ra opened again In a driving rain The stands were unfinished scrap heap and the hungry second half with a 13.1

Coach Jerry Howell was not free throw attempts, and points storm. and rain poured down but 4,011 Hawks of S!. Joseph's, Pa., are surge that wiped out a 40-39 defIclt .
pleased with the brand of bell featured the "B" team prelim Probably there will be more turned out and wagered $108.154on doing their share of the plun. and put the Redmen behindto
the Eagles exhibited. Napleswas friary an easy 67-67 victory people Certainly there will be opening night Feb. 11, 1964. derlng. stay. Coukaa hit for eight/
guilty of 25 floor errors for Coach Dick Thomas' Es q- more horses and a striking dlf. When the 48-rUght t meeting The Philadelphia quintet points during the rally.

the most since the season las Naples piled up a 22- ference. In accommodations. closed< on March 28, attendance which ran Davidson out of the Coukas finished with 17
opening loss to Punts Gorda, point lead early In the final A crowd of more than 7,5001s was 9,382 and betting totaled Top Ten 10 days ago, knocked points, one less than teammate
and Everglades cashed in on quarter and Thomas let re- expected for the start of the 82. $250.883 In all, 218,279 saw the oft eeventh.ranked St. John's of Billy Oakes Ken McIntyre hit
night season that will extend races and bet a total of $6,581,. New York 71. 8 Monday night 19 for ST. John's.
most of Naples' mistakes. The serves play the last seven min
through April 6. The clubhouseand v88 .
with a stifling tone defense that Vlllanova, St. Joseph's arabl.tlous
visitors connected on 61 per utes.Four grandstand have seating for Now all six levels of the club. limited the visiting Redmen to Philadelphia neighbor
cent of their field goal attempts. Gators and two Eagles 8,978 and the $18 million plant house have teen completed 16 eecondJialf points matched the Hawks' 5.0 mark
Coach Bruce Blerman's Gi- fouled out of the contest which is considered one of the most with luxurious appointments In. St. John's first loss In four with a 98-60 romp over Toledo
tors thus notched their fifth saw 62 fouls, 91 free throw attempts spacious race t tracks in the eluding 8,000 yards of deep car. starts left only two nationally Rick Barry scored his first

win in seven starts Naplessaw and 66 violations Jeff world. petlng and a color scheme of ranked teams No. J San point at 12:09 of the first half
Its record evened up at Johnson was on the beam for The 1,200 horses to be stabled maroon and gray the Castle. but still finished with 39 as Ml.
33. The Gators' next contestis Naples,and the G.ton had three here represent the best from ton Farm colors. ami of Florida outraced visiting

an Important match against players In double figures-Alan 8,000 stall applications. Among There Is paved parking space Francona To a. Mary's, Calif.,89-77.Barry's
trotters and pacers to be seen for 18,000 automobiles and the II field goals and 18 reboundsset
UBelle at home Friday night. Squires and Wayne Collins 12 FACE FULL OF FIST-Trying to in
score basketball Is In action are Combat Time, WIt. entire plant Is lighted and land. Miami career records of S71
Naples will visit Venice the points each and Tom Mitchell tough enough under any when lowood Mallet Diamond Live
COndltlon'l especially you scaped a far cry from 1928 Cards In Last and 922, respectively.
same night. with 11, have a face full of fist si .co s Nate Thurmond. Gay High Bid, Iron Rail Ho. when there was no parking ex. Penn State pulled away from
42, Is finding out. That's Baltimore's Gus Johnson supply ran Hanover and Pine Hill Star. except along deep.rutted roads Gettysburg with a burst of 10
BOTH TEAMS HOT The Scoring ing the fingers.ABC Some of the nation's beit drlv. thai ended among the palmettosand Minute TradeBy successive points midway
Trailing by one point at halftime ers will be In the sulkies, In. pines, and betting was with through the second half and
Naples sank seven of 12 eluding Billy Kaughton Stanley bookmakers or man.to.man. MIKE RATHET whipped the home team 53.3;.
field goal tries In the third NAPLES: FG FT TP Dancer, Bruce Wckells, George Associated Press Sports Writer Skip Thoren pumped 16 of his

ball But the club still lost Ritchie s.1o 8-8 13 Fleming Cardinals have turned Tito Illinois to .10. e decision
There will be nine races Barry Leading Francona Into a last-minute In the Ten
ground to the Gators, who hit Clark 2-8 3-4 7 over Wisconsin Big
Dec. 24.25 and
nightly except on Cinderella, acquiring the voter
Morton 2.112.3 I conference opener at Madison
seven of 11 from the floor and Jan. 1, when the track will be an outfielder from Cleveland

held a 45-42 advantage after Weeks Bernard 4-8 4-9 a-a 8 Rights; What About CBS? closed with daily double and Cage PlayersIn just before the clock struck Wls.The Citadel boosted Its top
three periods, 0-0 8 twin double wagering. The ran.Ing midnight Tuesday and ended Southern Conference record to
Clark departed with 37 seconds Koch 2.3 0-0 4 strip measures five-eighths Statistics major league baseball's inter 3-0 by nipping Richmond 76-78
left In that quarter. This Hackney 0.0 0-2 0 NEW YORK (AP) Major better than what the others are of a mile. Training tracks are league trading period. on Herwig/ Baumann' jump
development was welcomed by KIng 0-0 0-2 0 league baseball has stuck its to get we would have to study one-hall and one mils. TALLAHASSEE API Hick The Fr.nenna transaction In- shot with 12 seconds left In the
the Gators whose tallest man 'rOTALS 21-414.28 158 finger In the lucrative televisionpie the proposition when we are no Back In 1928 the track opened Barry of Miami led-state bee.ketba.ll which tb"e-.i cii will get e second overtime period. Fred
was three inches shorter than for the first time on a multi. longer committed to our present for thoroughbred racing. There players In roundup statistics player to be named later In ad. Hettel scored 26 points and Dick
club basis, pulling out a $12.2. contract." was no grandstand or clubhouse dltlon to an unannounced
FG FT released Tuesday. 23 leading
Clark. Howell was puzzled TP Snyder
by million plum but leaving one Under the terms of the and patrons waded in ankle-deep amount of cash the 13th
con {
a couple of the fouls called Barton H 2-4 10 Barry piled up a whopping 226 past VMI .n for a S-0 South.
Juicy still
Question unresolved tract for the sand and dust. The
Saturday Spectae. meeting made during the month-long
points In six for 37.7
a Mark.
1.. 1-5 games era
against the Naples center, 3 What about the New York ular, the clubs will get $3.7 mil. lasted four days. point of the period In which National and
Clark had three personals at Wooten 4-8 2-9 10 Yankees and CBS? lion the first year and $9.8 ml!. For years the plant lay idle, In the average nation His highest single tops American league clubs can
halftime and picked up the other Goff 7.13 10-12 24 The speculation arose Tues. lion the second-equivalent to until Frederick L. Van Lennep total was 88 trade with each other.
game points
two ISM In the third period. Addison a-15 2-2 18 day following baseball's an. $300,000 per team the first year and his wife, Frances, flew over against Tampa. Including the player to be d*. BallHawkingNorth
Everglades led by a slim Martin 2-2 2.2 8 nouncement that. It had cold Its and $328,000 the second tine in their private plane and decided The statistics, complied and livered by the Cardinals, Uplay.r.
43-42 margin when Clark left. TOTALS 28-15119-34 'T1 first regular season package, around. to buy it. edited by Elgin: White, sports will have changed unl.
Addison stole the ball and sanka giving the American Broadcast. One of the main features of The Van Lenneps own' Cart tie. editor of the Florida Develop forms. In addition, eight more Ft. Myers
layup near the quarter'send tog Co, the right to telecast na. the Saturday Spectacular Is that ton Farm at Lexington, Ky., ment Commission show com. players have been snuffled In
tlonally 15 Saturday and two there will be no blackout any. one of the largest horse breed. four other trades since the 1964
and Goff cashed In on a Naples 16 11 16 14-66 plete through Saturday ImmokaleeNorth
holiday in both the less Tips
games where except In the cities of the log establishments in the coun \ baseball season ended.
steal to make It ., .2 as the Everglades 10 18 17 28--11 and 1986 seasons.The of night.
two teams transferred some Cardinals Fran.
playing The game try. They Barry's phenomenal start put The grabbed Fort ball-con
final period opened. money from the now un. will be televised Into all ar.uol their operations to Pompano him 124 ahead of cona to beef up their bench Myers'
Van Weeks fed flux Ritchie Naples B" PG FT TP rtaklng, named the Saturday maintain points his trol team had little trouble
the country Including cities Beach where they a nearest rival Florida Southern's strength after a couple of tradesIn
for two Naples points, but the Townsend 3-9 3-6 9 Spectacular will be divided which have major league winter homo, and decided to Bob Bowman, who has tallied the past week depleted their disposing of the Immokalee Ind1anJ. *
Gators dominated the next few Finger 2.& 8-6 9 equally among the teams, teams open a harness track. 102 points Barry connected supply of outfielders. 47-34, last night on the
minutes of play. Goff scored Steele 1-6 8.1010 bringing the 18 clubs participating .. Previously no game wu per. 84 of 149 field goal attempts and on Charley James was traded to Indians' floor
three free throws and stole Johnson 8-18 2-3 18 In the addition $300, ultted to be televised into an hit 68 of 69 free throws for Us Cincinnati along with pitcher The non-league loss droppedthe
the ball for two more points Goodlette 2-4 1-6 6 000 a year In to reve. area within BO-mlle radius of a Chip Johnson big lead. Bowman has netted 43 Roger Craig for Reds' pitcher Indians' record to 13 for
ss Everglades boosted Its edge M, Weeks 3-8 1.2 7 nue from local telecasts.Two major league city. out of 104 attempts and hit 18 Bob Purkey and outfielder the season. NFM has a 2-0
to 66-45. Peele 2-3 2-& 6 clubs with previous com. Tom Moore, ABC president out of 26 from the free throw Johnny Lewis and pitcher record both victories at the
mlttments the PhiladelphiaPhillies said the schedule will be ar. Loses Fight To line. Gordon Richardson were sent to of Immokalee. The
Grimm 0-3 0-1 0 expense
and the CBS-owned ranged before the start of the the New York Mete for pitcher
CLOSE: GAP Craig 0-3 0-0 0 Yankees are not participants In addition to taking a com.mending defeat closed out Immokalee's
flexible Stallard.Francona
season but will be so Tracy
It was 80when. Naples Frye 0-3 13 1 The Phillies are expected to emphasis can be placed on the Brian London senior Hurricane scoring lead also the leads 6-7 a 30.year.old left. pre-holidsy schedule as they

staged a brief flurry to come Johnson 1-3 0-0 3 Join before the start of the sea.eon pennant races.College. WOLVERHAMPTON England the rut of the Itat.ace'. players handed hitter hit .248 for Cleve. will not play next until January
within six points of the Gators. Opolka 0-3 0-0 0 and It Is hoped the Yankees (AP Brian London In rebounds with 106. His near. land last season with eight horn 8 at Everglades.The .
Weeks fed Bob Koch for a bucket Gary 0-00-10 will Join the rest of baseball for former British heavyweight eat competitor In this defense ers and 24 rune batted In. alow-paced contest last
TOTALS 22-8133-41 the US8 season. GridAttendance The inter-league trading pert. night found NFM on at half
Randy Harris sank s free boxing champion defeated Chip department la Florida State's top
throw and Weeks During the 1988 season the od ended with 13 major league time, 24-14. Immokalee closed
scored from Johnson ef Naplei, Fla, on a Gary Scbull who has pulled in
beyond 20 feet With the score Naples 11 18 22 9--67 Yankees will be In direct com. At technical knockout 1 In the fourth 85 oft the boards. Third is Ml. clubs having completed at least the third quarter but the Red

62-86. Everglades rolled up Everglades 12 13 13 19-67 petition 19 U the with Phillies the other Iron 18 out clubs their, round of a scheduled ID-rounder ami's Wayne Beckner. one American transaction.League All clubs but- four New Knights dropped In some pointsand
nine as time Tuesday night Other leading scorers, In or. pulled to a commanding
points ran out.David local sponsorship problem.The .
York Detroit Baltimore
All Time HighNEW Johnaon the at der were Miami's John Dan. lead once again.
Barton hit from the side Yankees, purchased last was aggressor Kansas City have made at
and Addison scored two close Abner Wins year by CBS, have a contract YORK (AP) College the start, But in the fourth pier with 92, Beckner of Miami least one deal since the end of Bob Thomas and John Me-
Haynes with 78 and Beech of Rol.
In buckets. with the network that has beenIn football reached an all-time round, London suddenly cut the season. Evans were the winners' top
Naples enjoyed prosperous Comeback AwardNEW existence for about 10 rears, high In attendance In IBM at. loot with a flurry of punchesand .line with 76.rr. scorers with 17 and 13 points.
first quarter scoring the last but runs out after the 1968 sea ractlng a total of 23,3M,477 ahook the American with a The shorter Indians we re paced I
eight points in the period to YORK (AP) Abner The past season the Van. spectators tremendous right to the Jaw by Harley Thomas with 12
lead. 1610./ Bill Morton scored Haynes, the American Football bees televised tt home gameson The figures, released today by Johnson looked groggy and points. Jerry Rutledge scored I
on a drive Harris dropped League's first big name, won anew a national basis via CBS, rs.ceivlng the Nation Collegiate Athletic the referee stopped the fight seven, Larry Day six, Larry I
In four free Ritchie honor Wednesday whm he $550,000. They are ex. Bureau showed an increase of London weighed 198% pounds Williams andChuckCarson four r
throws and
peeled to do the same In ue to 192% for the American
was named winner of the Come.Dsck 1,117,383, or 8 03 per c.nt. over each and Don Daniel e
fed Harris for a basket after -O.ths.Y/ar award of the John Fetter, owner of the De. the 1863 total. It was London's first triumph one.
Tom Bernard had taken the ball AFL by an Associated Press trait Tigers and one of the Both previous highs were set this year, P' jjouily the SO- John Brown scored 25 pointsas
away from the Gators. panel. prime movers In the package last year when M.I37.0M turnedout year-old Briton had lent .en Immokalee captured the"B" ,

Naples was still In control, Haynes, 16, started the Mason arrangement with ABC admit. an Increase of 4.78 per satover points to Henry Cooper la. a team contest 56-50. ,
2'7with only seconds re* with Kansas City as a split end, ted the Yankees participationwould 1962 British title fight and to Johifry In other games in this area, I
malning In the first half. But filling in for the Injured Chris have made the transac. It was the 11th straight year Prescott Venice next opponent for Na- t
Danny Smith stole the ball and Burford. Coach Hank Strain tlon more attractive and aids that crowds at college football Johnson Jumped straight into pies fell before strong Bra- I
scored and Golf put the Gators bad talked of using him at "We hope the Yankees will be games were on the upswing. the attack and landed several demon Southeast 68-37. La- !
flanker behind Frank Jack ton. Included In 1986. But wo are During that time the attendance good punches in the first hilf- Belle won Its fifth straight 1
ahead with after
a Naples
layup Curt McCllnton apparently had unable to determine that at the climbed 40 per cent over the U,. minute. London yelled' on left beating Lee, 5937. Sarasota
bad lost the ball i
again. usurped his old Job at running present time." 681, nUn 1953.Attendance Jabs, but they caused little trouble topped Punta Cord 60-47 and I
Goff hit well from the field
back. The Yankees said much the Increases were to the American. u.
Alva defeated Air Academy I
same through General Manager spread all over the country, The American attacked againIn Space 1
Ralph Houk. with nine of the 11 of Avon Park 68-50.
-- -- major coo.ferances the second round and scored I
i' "We have not committed our. showing gains. Three with clean punch. London did i
selves one way or the other," he of those conferences, the Big not look very sharp but he rod Notre Dune linen in Jim Lynch i iI.
pointed out. "Our contract for Ten, Big Eight and South the punches" comfortable end Is the brother of Tom Lynch
this year with CBS is so much eastern set all-Urn\ records was not in any trouble I Navy's 1963 football captain.

Tom helped Dick Dudes coach

c-c t the! Navy PUbes THE this fall.

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i CLASS IS CLASS-Class is class, no matter where you And Ga%

It. as these athletes prove by displaying almost identical (\

v form in widely different games. At left Larry Benz of the I AND
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Ed Note Sport writer David Lyon took ,
hu camera along when the Naples Eagles jour- a

neyed to Key West last weekend for doubleheader -

> basketball entra.ment.

In addition to capturtaff the action of the .. .
game, Lyon shot ae\'erallnt.Ct11l1/ photographs + ,... ...r 1p 1s '

which we think captuu"* tin. mood ".I't

I the Key West jaunt :

1 The sendoff Relaxing: on tin outer

front A tranquil scene of fishing vessoN

La at port Skull session for "B" team players.

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sendoff for the. t<'.III,, ld"I"I' the long trip begun (NEWS photo)

Jimmy Brown

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NEW YORK (AP) Cleve.
New BlastTHE w J land's Jimmy Brown officially
was declared the National Foot.
ASSOCIATED PRESS rl, ball LI....'. leading ground
oach Jack McMahon of the gainer today, becoming the only
:Nand Royals has followed I Individual champion In eight d*.
charges by St. Louts owner ; ., A\ }Vt pertinents to grab a second con.
Kerner of "roughouM tar r ecuttv crown.
In the National Basketball \ ; Brown won the rushing (title
oclatlon by blasting opposing with 1,44 yards gained In 180.1.
IS for "getting away with tempts for a 11 average, push.
der" against Oscar Robert. 412c Ing his career total to 10718.. H.
; did, however, fall off from hi*
cMahon'i verbal broadside I 1963 output uf 1S63 yard In 191
,sdajr night was fired only : l lW carries for a 6 4 mark
rS after Kerner met withA .__ Green Bey quarterback Bart
President Walter KennedyNew JHarr regained the paastng till
York citing play In thee he lost in Y A. Tuttle of the New
as "the roughest I haven York Giant last year by com.
n my 18 years of profes plettng 89 9 per cent of his pass
nab basketball." .s for 2,144 yards and II! touch.
cMahon( said opposing play. downs, His big plus was only
are "handling" Robertson four intensions In 172 al.

ally.: "They're putting both .. L... "" ".j" tempi Md. a record string of
,is on him every time heres. ... Ml tttemH without a Meal.n .
You cannot use your other rtupartmenta, Baltl.
,is to Impede the progress of SKVLL SESSION for ''B" tram players) was a SAturday-morninir activity more' LImy Moor won the
ayer." that followed pun'UK. in the spacious Key West jrym. Coach NAPLES;; TRIO relaxes slung with other tourists and natives on the scoring title, Johnny Morris of
obertson said "The refs say Dick Thomas draws diagram on the board (NEWS photo) Kc\ West miterfront Bus driver Clint Smith (seated ) and roaches Ito Chicago Bear was hip In
I have to be moving to get Jerry Unwell and Dirk Thomas enjoy the salt air and! Imuht" sunshine p... receiving, Washington
foul. I don't understand this. ( NKWS: photo) rookie Paul Kisses was No Iin
rytlme I do It to them, U'. a intercept' IUM,
1. They won't let me play
t way. U they can come out Holovak Named
Grid Star Without
put hands on you, you Legs
uld be able to do the same tom American Grid

Boston plays all over you," Can visualize this

kertson teams are continued.doing It now."But The all Inspiration To Others Coach Of Year you

picks you up high. You BOSTON (AP) "If an dramatic residence high
ke a move they grab you CINCINNATI (AP) Mrs. anxious to meet them and I'm honor. But I'd trade everythingfor
bold you AJ3. (Dollv) Cohen has never having t big party," she said. a victory over Buffalo Sun.
But they do it because they met 17.year.old Jack Hire, but A widow Mr. Cohen said she day and that championship. above tranquil
get away with It." "I think he' a great kid." was Interested in Rice "from a The reaction sums up Michael Naples ,
rner said Kennedy had told "I'm tremendously InterestedIn standpoint of knowing people J. Holovtk of the Boston Pa.
that a special meeting of the boy and his ability to fare who play football, or any spoiii, trio s, Just named American
A referee would he tiled a world In which othei ps+oj,U< that It rives them something Football League Coach of the secluded remote ,... the
mediately to discuss his would think the lights have gone that whet don't have, year by The Associated Press
igtt. The Hawks' owner said out," says Mr*. Cohen. "It teaches them to win and No matter how well thing
NBA president had told him Jack wa the defensive guard lose I don't know of anything night be going, Iron Mike al. open sea your neighbor ?
referee would discuss the for the Barrackvllle W.Vt.. finer than clean sport. But way act like a man who has
'. In which St. Louis star High School football team this scholastic standing com first, another and bigger Job
> Pettit was Injured, s.uon-.ltJloottl he has lout of course." ahead.
ettlt was hurt when he col. both leg below the knee. "Th boy ian UN the money This week he doe.
d with a Los Angeles player Mr*. Cohen, Cincinnati phiUn. for any rolleg he want to, and I Iolova II'. Patriots, the d*.
fell to the floor throplst has given young Rice a I'm not going to say where my fending Eastern Division cham. ,
'uesday night, the Injury. $1,000 college scholarship wtth interest is going to stop," she plan, pUy Buffalo here Sunday
lied Hawks lost to the Celtic ''no string attached." added."I with that regional) crown at
109 as Boston reeled off 18 Mrs. Cohen said she first understand he' I great stake. If the squad which llolo.
Ight points late In the sec. learned of Rice from an Associated kid," Mr. Cohen said "11e'* yak has Inspired get past that
half, forged a commanding Press story about him entitled to further recognition one II the od*.makers predict,
81 lead and breeced to theory being honored by the National Wyb this will open some more Boston will have a rhanre to
Football' Hall of Fame banquet door to him and also be an in.tflnHon avenge lat year's 51.10 title
i the nightcap masked mar. recently In New York. for other to do some lame lots to San Diego Dec. to.
WUt Chamberlain scored "My first reaction In reading thing (or Uw handicapped." "I'm pleased, no donut about
straight points in overtimea the story was well, to be left that," Holovak said of his sole.
total of 58 as San Francis. without leg would be jut like lion today, then added, "Does a
edged the New York Knlrks living in a world In which all the is.yr! contract go with ItT ?
Rhome Edges "I sure hops I have bens. pi'ot1' a,oi'I;
132. In the only other game sunshine tad been extracted, s r, ,
duled, the Detroit Piston she said. luck than my predecessor."

mped the Los Angeles Lak. ''I don't know If anything has Huarte Out As Holovak referred to Oaklatxt
131.1 16. Al Davis, 1M1 winner. whose
affected me more than that *to.
Raiders slipped from a Weelet,
ry. I hud a broken arm one year .
Tuesday' Results and thought the world had come Back Of YearBy Division contender to I 4.7 ,Y'I' 6
stop 124, St. Louis 1 Den to an end." record this season
Fran. 134 New York 132 THE ASSOCIATED PRIM Rated the coach of any seat
Young Rice lost bas leg In a
troll 131, Los Angeles 116 railroad accident eight years Tula*'. Jerr Rhone and by rabid Patriot fans, the
Today's Came Nire Dune' John hurt were former Boston College star tot\ !.
but bas won three letter I II
. Louis v*. New York at football ago at Barrackvlll. He 10 close in the voting for collect bark and coach has the highest ..a
on football Bac odotheY.aron ban. winning percentage of any AYiimentor701ons34.1arecor .
wears plastic sleeve on t**
a Francisco at Boston stumps of hi* Ut, with rubber that OM> fellow voted for ;I
,itladelphU at Battimor feet attached H* played guard Itctll of then Ills closest rival la San 01..""sad
'a Angeles at Detroit on both offense and def *M this But Rhome who set almost as Gtllman, who kit a 4802 I
Thursday's Game .any records ai the guide book. mark for ,618.Holovak .
year t1PtNlt.rs l i'it the narrow nod took the team .
w York vs. Boston at PI'09."e Mn.. Cone I* planning to .np
In the annual Associated Press with a 1.3 record In IM1 at,,t
meet Rice, hit parent, five MI.
Poll Piloted II to
great 7.1-1 sprintftoleh.
ten and his high school prtael.
FOR When the count of sport writ. Boston was ....1 In ''.3
'" Lam Gump, In Cteclnnetl:
ALL THE pal,
onetime after Christmas. "I'm ers ud broadcasters was com.tUrted. despite the fact Its only. eonaietent .
RUBBER STAMPS Rhone had 4V4 vole ", quarterback Babe Parilli, ,
wid Itaarti.. was Injured part of th* can
. ... .. Bob TUnberUce al Michigan pnlgn.

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: The Musichausen doable figwea. He get II. all, Holovak this fall brought his
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For .... .. ......... ,
Closes Friday
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off-beat travel topics Christmas VacationSt. Highlighting

JM ?taple4 ?to1Mi{ close Friday Bernard. Ann's for December Hlckcy Christmas CamollcSchoolwlU announced IS.RtwMtf vaeadoo last ,j'J: $ The Local Week

1 i night. The school will.neopta
1I Monday, January 4. 1965.

I Many of the students wareappa.tly -orr .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -. .. .. .. .. ..
under the IrnpriMslat
Anne I. Bowes
By A five by seven toot sca>*mod. turn of Eights!: Street and lath
St. Ann's would hold if"gularclasses
TueI- i el of the Naples Community Hos. Avenue, South. They are asking
Mond.y.nd pita, depicting the projected the City Council to let It stand
day of next week. tower and T-wlng buildings as + + +
"There was some confusionabout well as the existing structure, Naples newest hostelry The
the closing date," D.E. has been placed on display In Holiday Inn on the rrail in the
I rederlckson, president of St. i\\/I\ the hosplta1lobb). heart of Naples, was opened this
Ann's Home and School Association Bids will soon be let on the week with a colorful ceptlon.Th. .
said today, "but the institution's major expansion $750,000 luxury motel
official 1 date Is December 18. program, and construction is ex. make a total of 550 In the far.
I Mien' will? be no school next _' \f V pected to start early in 198$. Hung chain of Holiday Inns tarn
lie + + + lllar to tourists and traveling
week emphasized. '
t The misunderstanding about I t \ Mrs. Margaret Schlerf has business men across the coon.
been added to the NEWS staff try
when St. Ann's would close commission to watch
with special + + +
came to light during open house :\ over an expanded section for James W. EUins was namedby

for St. Ann's parents last night women the home, the family, Gov. Farina Bryant: as judgeof
and ar the December meeting r (jIlt I. clubs, engagements, weddings, the Collier County Small
I of St. Ann's Home and School social notes and many other activities Claims Court. Elkln succeeds
Association which Immedlatel! I which have special appealto John Emerson, who resigned.
followed. Father HIckey told women. + + +
he parents they could make + + + Mr. BUlle Smlthwastl.elect
Mayor Archie Turner official ed president of the Everglades
their plans for next week without -
ly proclalmedthsweeklkamber Chamber of Commerce. Other
any question about school 1149 as "Christmas Seal Week." officers elected Included Ray.
attendance. "Friday, December Henry: B. Watkins, Jr., Is chair mond Wooten, first vice presl.
The Strand At Santos 18 Is the last day of school man of the Christmas seal drive dent; Don Rlndy, second vice pre.
until MondayJanuary4,1966" + + + sldent; Rocky Weinstein, third

Outside of Rio de Janeiro are not too drastic. A good Father Hickey said. The County Commission is vice president; Ronald Wardell,
aiming clear stilts obligationsIn treasurer; and Mrs. Garrett was
there that to see the marble pools
are some spots every way 20-foot bird huge stuffed nUN UP THE FLAG IT'S A GIRL' Another flagpole in Crayton acquisition of right s*>f.way for rt-employed as secretary
touris: should visit preferablywith furniture cages and brocaded Rec Dept. Cove was in the news yesterday. Featuring a dainty pink flag dancingin "Alligator Alley" this week In + + +
camera. Again arrangefor off the this signaled the birth of a order to permit the State Road County realty sales climbed to
a spanking breeze Bay, one
driver take buses drapes Is to drop in for tea
a or Department to advertise for bids
(Continued from peat 1)) a hefty $1,010,025 total duringthe
Sheriff and Mrs. Kenneth Kitchell. "Jo"
which are well-equipped and about S. The canapes and baby girl to Deputy and let contracts by January 5, In
week DecemberThe
safe. Don't bother to watch sweets will hold you until next "What happens somewhere co-owner of Verda's: Beauty Salon in the Cove. Preparing to raise 1965, for the balance of the cross. second + + +
the road as you head Into the morning and the charge Is ml- else has no bearing," Kuper- the colors are : (I to r) Mildred Johnson the baby's aunt ; Jean Hum. state highway not yet under con. Florida Sheriffs' Associa

mountains behind Rio. And nimal. Also at Petropolls Is berg replied tie suggested phries, June Howard, and Idell Rogers, co-owner. truction It is Governor Ferris tlon held a meeting at the Rod
don't flinch U you see the dri- the Imperial Museum of for- that the Recreation Depart ,Bryant's: ambition that this muchof and Gun Club In Everglade to
ver use one arm to cross himself mer Emperor Dom Pedro 11. ment establish an anti-drink- Kuperberg further stated mat the project be completed dur.Ing plan way to raise $180,000 the
and the other to wave There are pleasant gardens log rule at the community cen- he expected to work with the ; his term of office. budget to maintain the Florida

just as the car begins a hair- around the palace and many ter. If a sponsoring organization Naples Represented On County and Chamber of Commerce Crayton Cove+ +business+ firms Sheriffs' Boys' Ranch at Live
inside. violate It, that will be officials in developing a Oak. Voluntary: contributions are
pin turn. Brazilians are lucky.At interesting displays don't want the old flag pole landmark the main source of revenue.r .
for the -
the grounds banning organization local scenic tour circuit.
Petropolls, leading moved from tlllintltllCeyryr.yr.yr.rr.zr.rr.J
summer resort for "Carlo- LIKE WYOMING from holding future
CM," stands the enormous Petropolls Lt good for a day's dances there Kuperberg said. Scenic Roads CommitteeJoel ;:p p p rr.yr:, ; xr-yf-XT-XT XT-XT-xr-

Hotel Qultandlnha,decorated by visit but every effort should
DorothyDraper. Fhncyfshardthe be made to go on to Terezo- ASKS VIEWS Kuperberg manager of filing recommendations on the
word for It another resort about 11/2 Councilman Francis Ford recreational and cultural -
!ly yet rates polls, Caribbean Gardens and presi- scenic
hours sway The scenery en asked for the RecreationDoard' resources of the United WANT A DANDY
dent of the Florida Attractions
of the situa
route is reminiscent\ of Wyom- opinion States.
Another Bar. ing ranching land. The road tion. Chairman John Cowles Association Orlando yesterday made a flying to attenda tripto The Department of Com-

passes through theOrganMountain replied "I can't say at this of the Florida merce, through Its Bureau of
(Continued from 1)) meeting High- iiiA
National Park where domeon time we are in complete accord Public ROIds,undenook a more
since 1955, and applied for the dome of granite mountains with him (Lesser). We way Users Conference. The exact study into the scenic roads A '
beer* nd.wlne license "to give believe time will be the only F.H.UJC. a chapter of the National -
form a but majestic and criteria. Dr.
queer pat- parkway
Users Conference.heard -
the nice colored folks a decent Highways
place to go and enjoy them. tern against the blue Brazilian answer to Joel's question. that the federal government Levin as a deputy director of
..Iv..." sky. It's possible to have a fog "Parents of Jaybees pay Is presently engaged In the Bureau and one of the draft
in these hills, so best not to taxes Jim\ as much as parentsof of the Interstate -
"They Just don't have a decent a crash study to develop a plan ers original
place to (o DOW," she said In drive at night. In Brazil's late Teen Club members do, for a nation-wide scenic roads plan was placed in charge of Gin a subscription to
apparent reference to an I" summer (our April), the entire I Kuperberg said. Lesser said and the program last April with
tabllshment owned by Me. highway Is edged with blue- the Teen Club Is open to"every berg parkways was chosen program.as presidentof Kuper one year to come up with a national I I THE COLLIER COUNTY NEWS I IWe'll
Donald Quarters landowner J. C, blooming hydrangeas! AtTere- teenager who wants to Join we Florida Attractions Association program for proposal
McDonald. "Nice colored folks ropolls the hotel Pensao Pin- and yearly dues of one dollar to the Congress In 196S.
committee -
don't approve going over there, allow Teen Club members to ,to serve on a
helros Inn Is
(Pineapple ) tops, The has recently
which will work with the program
where sheet dice
they play
pool, Nest quiet filled with flowers attend club-sponsored functions received added because -
send card shown
cuss, and fight," she at reduced Florida State Road Department a gift (
gamble it offers excellent European rates. of the massive
City Manager Vince Wood service and crtsine. ( This organization "Is supposed to propose for Florida scenic road pro- In inter and Intra state traffic below) to the recipient( 1 In The COST? Only $15 e year;

noted that construction or mOo The one city I would not advise to be satisfying all the gram Dr. David Levin, deputy director patterns brought about by me! YOUR NAME.: : ; or $7.50; for six month
cation of any more building< In anyone wasting their timeon dancing needs" of the teenage of the U.S. Bureau of ever growing network of Interstate -
McDonald Quarters would be In (unless they are engineersor community, Lesser declared. Public Roads, met with the F.H. System super-highways.
violation of toning. "It's so architects) is Sao Paulo. Dances have been held U.c. in Orlando to explain the It Is felt that many businesses -
filled with buildings there Is weekly, with some open dates
up T1 great industrial complex and of theprogr.m. once on flourishing tourist
origin present status
no more space," he remarked. boasts because of high school conflicts -
a new traffic
going up He detailed the development routes are experiencing
McDonald's representative replied almost every day (and some he said. of a scenic roads concept reductions which, if continued, Q1J.'o \ .
that the proposed new site The Teen Glut has made
are failing down). Located at could be disastrous
of the church, while within the having u Its parents the
$426 dance fir
profit on so
2,000 feet on The of
an deslg-naTic
Quarters would comply with all ugly late President John F. Kennedyand county titonS
$226 for the school
coning requirements. "Even it is a chilly dreary city You donating high his National Outdoor Re- state and federal roads as C x
alien as to Class A, fireproof, can escapehowever quite easily homecoming celebration and creation Committee. Kennedy scenic side routes Is expectedto S
heavyoccupancy construction?" by dropping down the magnificent $200 to the proposed children'splayground charged this committee with the alleviate this problem.Levin
Wood said "Yes If Santos the on the wen side of told the
necessary, highway to responsibility of studying and group. "Oft\\\\
McDonald's, representative said. famous coffee port. The ecological Gambler, Park, Lesser said. The FIt'rldaSt.teRoadBoard

Mrs. CaseyMlUer.vlcewnayor change from plateau to Sponsoring dances Is a fairly has recently received a manual e
presiding In Archie Turner's eb. profitable proposition because ,
rich tropical growth Is impress compiled DyLenin's office enumerating '
since, wondered whether Me slue In the last few years Naples-area youth are "hungry Cow Shows How the criteria for deve- ou..0 .

Donald's apparent eagerness to Samoa has taken on an air for dances" he added. Biggest To Use Its HornsNEW lopment of a state scenic roads \.
assist the church relocation was Is dance \
expense ordinarily
quite similar to Rlo's strand. Governor has .
system Bryant \Q$
related to his ownership of the band costing $12R Lesser PORT RICHEY Fla. chosen \"
white hotels of
Modernistic line one his staff, William
only present bar catering to the u\\)
noted. (AP) Keith McCart honked
Negro population. the beach futuristic homes and I Kldd of Tallahassee to
the horn at the cow. The cow
offer luxury com act u scenic roads coordinator -
"Perhapa some citizen can apartments then horned the honk.
donate land somewhere else for parable with Copacabana Beach. SUGGESTS "DIVORCE"City This happened after McCart, I Kldd will work with the )tSheS
the church,"Sorokoty suggested. The surf Is less rough here Attorney David Splngler 19, of New Port Rlchey, spottedthe State Road Department and a v
Councilman Francis Ford,not Ing and there is a Yacht Club for said the Te<*nClub dances real- cow standing< In the middleof committee composed of the
that there are M places serving skin-divers and fishermen. ly are being sponsored by the (he highway Tuesday night. heads of Florida tr'vellndla- 0-
alcoholic beverages In the city Avid boaters should be warn- City as the club is an arm of McCart stopped his car and try toward the drafting of a \\P
now, and who urged Council to ed, that unlike Florida, there the Recreation Department. bonked the horn. The cow scenic roads network for Flor-
"protect our churches," was the Is no Brazilian Coast Guard 'We would be better off to divorce charted and pierced the front of ida. It Is on this latter com-
only dissenter Council gave its ourselves from McCart'a car in two places. It
to the 101I,,,' certlflca. patrol or even a decent radio any mittee that Kuperberg will
approval then
commented wandered Into the
club away
Splngler ,
tlon. station on which to beacon Iqa serve.
ship-to-shore. When you after quickly reviewing possible woods. Expressing the hope that Collier -

take off into the Atlantic, you legal problems In which the The great horned owl sometimes County can obtain some
Streets are very much on your own. City might find Itself. is dubbed the "tiger of of Florida scenic road mileage p
But lobsters 3 feet long and confronted if other the bird world." allocation Gardens' manager
(Contlnueu nom page 1) fantastic fishing make the gamble cities, with teenage
said Streets resurfaced are worth it. dance problems, could be contacted -

Galleon and Golf Drives, 17th Close to Santos, of course, for possible solutions.
Avenue North, and portions of are the coffee loading stations Lesser replied that, from what
Seventh Street South, Second which are fun to watch. And he could observe at the recent For latest 1bet
Avenue North and 11th Avenue there is an Island Guaruja National Recreation Assn. con
South. cross the Bay which elves vention in Miami, other cities stock prices
A number of bids will be a nice day's excursion j If you were groping for solutions.

received at the next Council plan to stay a while. Vice-mayor, Mrs. Casey tic'
meeting January 6, Wood said.. Other cities worth visiting Miller, presiding In the absenceof current commodity ,
Included are two one-block U you get so far south are Mayor Archie Turner sug- ;
street Jobs paid by assess- Manaus 1.000 miles up the geared Lesser and Spinster con quotes 4 :

merest Fourth Street from Amazon River Brasilia, exciting ferovertielegalprobletmsthatmight .
arise If the City in effect wt .
First to Second Avenues North new capital inland and Salvador '
and Seventh Street from Broad In the state of Dahla. Acumber continued to sponsor teen or investment

to 11th Avenue South. of Brazilian Airlines age dances.
of kind
Also up for bids January 6are notably VARIG, offer dally help any

paving of the parking flights to all parts of this huge
tielot NEWS FOR
behind the bus station country and are very inexpensive. CALL RUBBER THE STAMPS just call toll-free ',
down area for planes at the .
airport off-street parking at WX. 4000 .
the west edge Gambler Park -

water supply testwells.Cordon

River salinity dam, auxiliary tUjVlt
generator for water and: sewer ,4 llplO/l lr

department andalr-coodltlon- : TO Collier! County News, Bei 1737
; Naples, fl.
trig City Hall's meeting room.

LETS TALK ABOUT {'O MtRrI.'L Bl'ILDtNUS ......- Yes, seee1, e_WOMBS GIFT

y..'.. selected your land You've lilt your 'I.... and SUBSCRIPTION In wy acme. let

Miami Murder mew you are do.n to the bu.in.M of bvtldtag. 11'. Name:
a big ln..itm..t, M thorn. y..r buildrr with tar.. ware /
very proud of our rtputation for quality and l lat.i- Address:

Case To Reach tiny at our .1:1.... We've spent. ere, hem ,u,. hi MERRILL LYNCH, City. State_ ZIP

Naples bulUiof It. Me guard it rartUtly. Wont yes 9 PIERCE
Jurors Today step I.I sod discuss kiting ue teMtmrt YOUR sew Sign it:

.co..1 b.Hdiagl! FENNER GL SMITH INC ,
MIAMI (AP) The attorney Enclosed is check (for S d ..
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HUM HI l M ;"t< IIUMI' IM ItMl >*M i.ssear ie..mv ws _
for Richard: Worthington, on Alp1tfYl 4
trial for the murder of his fos.ter ,.- 169 EAST FUGLER MIAMI FLORIDA
mother rested hU ease to.
diy wtthoulf: ('J calling a single ..t. Ml 2-2096 478 6th 51. S. Telephone: fR 71451

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Auto Companies IT wil rEJ

Agree On 1965

C) 4,. \(:) Business Future J 5IRVIC i

DI'J'ItOn' (AP) The lire

RESULTS THRU WANTS ADSMIDWAY mktC tUaloOM. auto companies will nint lam,t fi reiUMl iii'' I

II UN, with Ford Motor (Cu the

..* optimistic

Mnry Ford n tisid his 1\1".1 i"

221OfAnnouncements ysor.end news runleremo Till".

dip Ml car and truck >alt'' THESEADVERTI5ERSfl

the VAlted States next ImO '-

reach 10.1 mtlli, i 11'1\1. CHECK

Aa! earlier CtIvslerPtl.. :

dint Lynn A. Towneend MIUIItU

car and I irtkk _Ie. would ANTIQUES
I- l-Help:!: Wanted Mali 48-Apts. For Rent. 57-Houses For Sale total at least 9.5 million and


isrt mi 1P.i: tout* MARCO ISLAND ONLY tStOANapJet C Donner chair. PtiIodACCURATELY' ) vtl
Comer of Av* 4 SABLE SHORES APTSMl Pork J bedroomi nice
DEVELOPMENTCORPORATION large kitchen tb,la kath trf the board of General
7th. Street MI ISM74.1S 2-44SS cerperl man Sbr LAWN
'W Airport Reea1 & SHRUB
landacaped Prompt Fro DeliveryDON'S \
_tl __ Kelly Hoed end Aroce Ave Motors largest of the auto *
UNIFORMS' Alloe"01 .al.,8 Bald Sunday that 1965 .c. CARE
13.SI te SIS.H. All IIM UMm will Interview for the PhIl H. Koyst Holdr Olson'
end lari*. W* heve added following: i'rIDM. *eek erMonth salt could surpass this year s Gift Jewelry' Annexes LICGETT REXALL
Bane *i.eLINNIE'S.. / &" I M. ROBERT H. JAEGER expected total ot 9.t million .Maple. SW I..c221)6 "" .n.,

UNIFORM SHOP CHEF ExeUnt opportunity 3-449S er Ml 2-6155 N..toy, The bit difference betweenthe _ _

161' H."dr&t'llti7) '''' "I.. for experienced man >...._ apartment com. 14.01.0' Shoppiog' Cot Tal I 'H' Ford board chairman and BARBER SHOPS EXTERMINATORS SERVICE STATIONS

who can uo* rest l showman- elotely tamiohed. I Week from OPEN HOUSE DAILY I t. in their ...imal.tile of '
DuMter was
Jim ana1 John and I.m1Kj1. Sth Avo 4 Mack from Otto I. See tnli two bedroom homoet ROSSI S Berber hops NAPLES PEST
caroly went to thank all ot our hip in food preparation and beech: TV .bl.. eleotrM heat 7IS llth Ave Be ".... INS domestic car market. Pork St Ml444 BOB'S _
Iroodl end euatomer who twin b.do. evallabla from Dee B.alto* 7.RwlllJUn \ Th,.. Met'e. Barker CET mo Of CONTROL .
prewntatlon! said It could exceed
tarn to tho hoipitol ,. offer 1$, mo. or ....0". Ml I 2.4011 M C'.LJhM'NoOY Ml I.MM Donner : SERVICE SERVICE
htlp and encouragement to SIGHT AUDITOR Moat 12/1 ttForhUhod unit; ford predicted II s0$ nHoPFinaT S 5ht0 Pt5TSi1 ,
keep the Dlulo M.d. Donut .::: 'i''. by oon.i 0 bed ?0O Uo.to' lob.o P. Y OK NIOMT' STATION
million Town __
would reach 8.7
bad_ .
Shop open I know the people b. very knowledgeable in I dupfoo both CBS house on
of Naplet wont fall ut Sin apt. N. outs or children I. 311 00.00 111.500 M'' 2 4504. send- ftrire was about 8 mil. Oae S-St30 C.cept Sun. Rood Service
ctrely Jim Oembrell Joh"W.ltm. hotel accounting and auditing or ,...lf II Man tnt i i..0 HellNaiu REASONABLE RATES ." 4v', Wol....
Over toMe 'l.iFbo4eow. 1 lien.
w. for rooms, food and NEW 1 ."d I bedroom unlurnrahed lotS.both _h......... CI.FurnIshed.. to beach and Ford, asked to explain the Utine Halt el T unit Way- ii.l'o C.II P., '". Silent MI.2.7695 4040 ....,tIt Troll. Ml 2 MI7
beverages Only experienced! apartment Air Condi or unfMfnlehee
tiened heated fully earpeted ) Ml' t Its wide difference between his
Boars-Motori Acces.IMS with references will be conildercd Yearly t..oo. Hill Crest ---in--Nth It North projection and that of General CLEANERS INSURANCE SHOi REPAIRJERRY'S
Manor Apartment*. SN Sth St
for both of the North. i S340. 1.1"1. and t Z40S Move ft(hi InI Motara, replied:
... 1.lIbOita above positions Pleas 11/11 tf ate bedroom. electric. t bath kitchen, Good. Utility tor. "The 7-mllllon Shun I* avery JAEGER INSURANCE y
W1ilJ }
CHRIS:CRAFTS make application in handwritten 2 8ed.oom.pt completely fur ream. tcroened porch Qaraeeheat : realistic one aa far as I our CLEANING f !:
nrahed. within and Ar Cond 111110 _
Utad Boat Root Brokerage form stating qualification welking distance 0.00 down 1101 am concerned I am quite op. ONE DAY
of par month ,
beech and HIM A''O-.o. C
trunk Smith ChI..C..Itlob hO'I what In.fluenced /'?t. ooh105.iI ." or Phil i "
and thru May. 2.1& 2 Total N. clailnf call lira 1stIc I don't know SERVICE "
Martin MI I 37Sfl aalary expected 11/1 ItShorty's Mr. Donner'a conclu.aloM NPl,05 ".0""'.... CSl.vUt. S Sole No.1.
.IM tauya a dandy It I.. f bar to MARCO BEACH 110. lvfI."od ..p.rtm..tM'd. Move "|ht 0iNodvoom 42 6th A" s. MI 2-7)90 NON' 'Ull'nI WORK QUAHANmeillit
li boat Si hp Homahla 4 TEL AND ... newer home Largo .., .
>t VILLAS, MAR. 1-3"1. 11/1 II fAA,. iu Ml J 440
aa ChryaoIcr
Ford chairman
cycle eng,na, plus I watar ohio. domed Florida room good Mor The
I hf.. Jacket:*. aida. curtain*. top: CO ISLAND DEVELOP. Furmahed Apt. 11th Ave *. 7th .... electric kitchen. utility and General Motor did oro
C.II f 'UO lIo'oro 0:30: ow 0' MENT St No 11/IS tl ream with toilet' carport Near DRIVE INS JEWELERS UPHOLSTERY
CORPORATION. confidence (hut
2 475' .ft.r 10 a m U/' ofWD..o.I Lake Park School III*NTerm Her, expressed

..l' M"'Wii iir., Bfl4 Ninth Street South, Completely lurmthed I bedroom ton relioBle buyer the Industry would maintain Its 1St 91.1.505

Cubit C ruuote o w.th: fly br.dIS Naplei. Florida. Applicants cable apt' 4 Ht.block Adult to only th. .Per 1713 4th TV VINCE CONBOY (rowth pattern lie said about QJl : I TROPICAl

Dopfh find., Koohi., rio St So It/13 Jt $TOO million at the company'sthrem.year ltL.,0 s9is U HOLnUyr
0100 _, I ft dinihy, tub will be contacted within Realtor Ml 2-374 V MEADORS'
and bail wallt., cu ft. reIng two weeks for Interview US itn Avenue Pefli.. $Million expansion "" { !: I C..tOltl Drsp.ries
No raatonable' offer refued 49-Houso For Rent and modernization plan would 1I' ( t.I N .
Call MI 1 7051 Flint I bedroom I bath' furnnhadIn JEWELRY )
or 12.3 tf23Milc. I Ir.... ......;.. ON, PIt
Oord NE -1103. 12/13 3tcUn Lake Perk Would contidor be spent In IMS. compared to $ ,
IEAIOKAL RENTAL ranting to reliable tenenta Ml' ,..... 1-3400 Ml | lOll .\: UTIMATB
..as million this year ,., s.lo 0.0 .r4. w-
Croft *.ml encloted M ,4. ll/ltf
uS to
,. For Salo Ued labor mat. MorM TMfl oulatde coop Itmlta fl. PIPTH av| to 12 ,,to 5'. H. 101.25303
dan twin Ford
wi .. ... emph
: :::1'b* lltOO anal up per 1 Bedroom I bath. Den. Qerage .
box head A. 1:1: ,5151. t Ton Air Condition.. sod lora._. .more..n_ than__._n the Other two
12/IS Neplt tM.'ln. Corp FOR SALE MARLOWE AND BECK Dish wether Purnlehad, unlurmthod auto maker, mentioning recent

111 K)0 US .14th Avo COWl COUNTY NEWS Ntplet, fla, W.e1. Deeembor Is, Ie4 11
ALUMINUMPRESS REALTORS local strike which coot Ford
417 *
II It open euttom built boat 4S3 Fifth Ave SoMl So Phono t S/tS tf Reserve Units i
U H" Ioctrfc Morcury woO.,. PLATES Uttl. 13403, Mill about 130,000 care and iruUit
bottom .
elate very toot |4 0Benton
Port Marco Ml IMI4 CI... to Gull and Oolf .p.. 58-lots For Sato from It. production arhedules
IZlIl ft5Btnin.ss 24'/y x clout I Bedroom Haute. See. Ford Mid he did mil question Advised To Sit

Ideal for tonal er yearly' lea**. 1471 Mu the of the United Auto ,
,. D.ly., Coun. ,..nd.THARMINd .. I UNIT APARTMENT SITE
Opps. Lodges ";11 OfI I block t* butch owner neodt Worker, or other unions, to
money. try 55500 Strike but added "I am ques.tionlrg Tight By Army By 1U/EL ABRAIIAMSON

TSXACO 5NC.Vuluibi. Fish Camps funih.d:,, ,mch.C:::,:.tv compl.t.ly Iocot.d.: Sevefel' ,lot* ,In Port Royel el the esceaslve bargaIning IIEGLER'S

'....chi.. voit.bls on01W & Siding .........1 .nt.1 uno plus ,,'III. 1154 arlcet.Hunere** el nice of unlona and their abuse WASHINGTON (AP, The '

u Station ult.mod.n o) engine!3 boy architectural S.rtfcs. Roofing ,.... ut I 1-111.. 11/10 tO lots In ovary poloo aretV.t power of this power." Army U advIsing r.a.,.Iat. tooil _

f datn" now under conalruct Excellent Insulation Il kerfrMm; kouaeneer RANDOLPH FULLER Realtor Of overall business condl. light and wait for the hitch .
on earner U S. 41 and Collier beach and aloree. SenaonAIM PALMER HARRIS Attoelete
County Courthouto. Naplei. 25c ea. bedroom Eatt Naolet. Croyten Cove Napla' Fl. Slurs, he said: to the National Guard. 'srDROOKSlDe
Th,. station offer o cellent food neahborhood. Both com Day t 2(41 Cve t Mil "The kyeton to our present "Army reaervlata have nrth.'

qu.h'lod profit and Indovldu.l.volume potent Eop.ro.nc.'al to COLLIER.. COUNTY NEWS plalelv Ml t I ini Arnithed er Ml I, S2t TV>. 11/11 cablei If k-oT-l11; I It. b..rh I toni pro i>erltjf, I believe, I* the dad. toil to do In pr.p rallon for the .

.... fT S .t.rrifir the .. '.. tell: 101. on 'onl' ...ch. MI 2.OITO.F to etmtlnu to
not nor 'y Paid t..lnon.pro..m .y w. Ion reflected In the lai cut, to move sleepS Salmon
DOWL DJ. rolllnc
.nd financial 006iot.nc. mi blue Luatre for ct..oin, North Naple* for tale or
available Ta aco. In.Fl ruta and upholttory Rent electrc R.nt. Beautiful 3 bedroom t. Cou.tny,, I .Clu Cy hoon.oIO.o ross O.tT, I.e.04 rely less on government spend. serve in their Jllbl and capacity, John llallowell of the Drooli garret of its\, 188 tnl a Jin
Myoto. Fl.. Day 074112evanmn ahampooar II Napiee Fur. bath unfurmahed home: with log and more on th* powerful until the conversion U com.
WI' .. 12/1 tfot.bluoh.d mturo Co 12/11 St'Bla'upunMTtpeikeT lerao playirjom' awlmmlnf pool CARIBBEAN REALTY ." plotted it Mid lid Mixed Junior League on a Moo Walt Brehm a JIN
and forces 01 prlntl8nl.rpri.. ,
outre Iarsittilityron.o
wholetelo nurtery ; radio. walnut 1 00000 w (eaaito KhoolIIMM : REALTORS tfona nmcUls said Tuctxtay Saturday rolled treat big STY 633. and Ken McConkey: a: '-

d...,.. to Incorporete Modernproduction ttetiont on...... GI..ashow. par mo Call 11111 or 17M Ne Tamlaml T,. Ml SIIS the Notional Guard will to .(. series Using gamei of 181?, D 693 II the leading Grehm'
method employed doort for tub Portable J 3I*4 12113| if
S or.ftsci.n t operation Reply, Underwood typewriter Electrictable Waterfront lois Access ta dull pandwl to a 580.000.man tore and 184. For ihU series. John Atlantic won all four points:

A Collier.71. County New Bo lt/ltM Hit I'll'' 1.26Peron.I.i...'n. m.ch.us. 747(1( funoh.od Good cott.j'd1i"Aouts f.tninf "."d...." ond 1100 down ir.li.od. 17.1 woterway per month I'M Cot, Prathers Name wholly on a vulwilr bails and Will loon wesrtnR the YBA from Swede's Auto Trlni.

-- Creed L C Owenby li/IS M her County Realty ,/ tf that a RMrv wilt cuuld make nil club patch. Denny Mullfau

IMMEDIATEHNCOAAE Henry To Head the chance to th* Gourd U 90 hit 623 with a ?II.h oan of SINE& LANES

.FOOD SV BEV DEALERSHIP ALCONO4.ICS "NNTMOUS 50-Rooms For Rent 59-Acreage Dry Cleaning pep cent toe 70 |..r coot of IIImcmbeirt 180 Mike Sharp lOlled. 184 Sunday night's Kb *n Hers

Men or women w"" er.nklngproblem KO .c,.,, cloae In III* per af rd 404. John Abbott S 4H sets League had rernl.Fal starring -
PART Olt FULL TIM Ask tor help by cell Itoo" 'or ,..0 I" borne
pIv0tl aero COLLIER COUNTY In r*''|Kma* to t ..rl.. of
H... la a Iroutod floor opportunCtv SOS Ml dOlt Vttor* cord,elly to worbing won or wowon MI RIALTY. Realtor 11/11 tf and Jim Sheoti I 48$ with a when he rolled games of
I f aroma. 0. wom.n tonako welcomed Meat.ngt ,in F rttBapliat 2 3201. JI/I III questions, the Army among oth.r Andersen 17J-300
, monev o.v,010m.II A. COurtS Annea on SOS 140 .,,.o located en County thin,. confirmed report that 190 55000. Candy and 212 for a 586 m
medium place* of butinrt with St at 'th ".. every Tuet and I Room and BOIi.--Pii-M; ; Road tt ml off Tomioml Trail ittrred for the gtU *i she lead the ValUnti to a four
butt.l" demand *. who can Fn nght at S III P M 2.3413 IIIJ tfI Good rich firm lend See Jim the conversion |la due to be com.
In v.., S2MM for mater ell. I mio Howell Sale. Manager pitted by March SI, l leG8. It will tolled a 159 garrw and a 430terlei point win over the Model T't,
equlpt 4. Inventory In a bual'. j 51-Wanted MARLOWE AND BECK IiJf and Carla Armbrust Dud scored 67R
none that can bo .a '.,.. aa 33-Services Offered To Rent begin next July 1. Hague a using
you art able to make it Contact REALTORSII These wr irene other quo. hit I 404 using I 148 game. gtmei of 197. nil and ItiJ.

F>.0.. Ion IMS ......1., Fla. N.od 't.ogsc.pln. b.luro ChrloO10 I I Wanted.... 7 to bedroom rent or mor furnished"'urtb. Manhattan II Broadway Building tlona the Army answtrrsxb Ricky 8plc.r toned I 1'I0.ln. Roy Curry turned In a 644

C.II II too totse, Nurtory homo. with utility Fie room Cvargladea City Florid Q, What happen to men who jls Lou Starling 149 ChrIs series Wallace Abernathle r*.
for work with profeealonal I
o carport cloae to thoppma. do OX S100IFTNinBRiNaTttRdvtLANB,
12-H.lp Wanted touch Ml I.MSI. after I. I i .".b... ihborhood. near have amsaMd rtrm4 Croak 178. Doug Peering 1S6, gists red a 841, and Jlmmle

12/IS St36.Wanted cable beach" for end m w"months.. with befinninf TV S4S ..,.* er more. 74 te JO ftelevotlen pointn/ Ray Dast 1JJ. and Eddie Oor.y CUbs; Mi a 618 with a uogaine.

N.od l"modl..ly 3 mon orwon. Jan by 3 reliable adulu Price olmott frost free. A Individual. who are Irsntwfrrd .. a 144 and two) 188 games.e U) Miller rolled the
... to t.bo Ou.' ..too ,.... To Buy ranaa IM per month Write with o.rf.ct n.turol drsIno0Sm. i I" the actlv vtandby N*.
J' e e
for F.tl., Oroob IIM9 Main. Bel S. Roucorn eo nor acre high let for the women ai al"
flI County $90 DO O.r: men. Mch It/11 MI DANIEL WEBtTKR HULL trv* m*> i imtlnu to amasa The Moos team of
to elan. Colt Mr Oantihnl In Uted p ckup truckt wanted, Flag' Reel latale. 8k, point dir, retirement although Lodge tossed two 193 games and a
Ft Mytr*. WE S.3114. trier tOt Coed conelllon StohlmenProperty or ) bedroom houae.. furoftItod AuociatM the Monday night Construction-
P.M. 11/21 lOt Co. euliide city llmilavaerly Marvin Waaka M,ke BowanMarg at a nIo.hal l slower rat'*. Utile 836. Eva Hogue with a 193

I 121 1 $ 3I01: Street Melitenenco South up to I10S per month .. Chefneui individual I* transferred lo ears League) moved Into second game tallied 477. Ann DavIs
i"'r.n..h., work Cell OX 4 >M> after '
Wool ond ledy to collect Davla Blvd a. U. 41. Ml UM behind Townsend Produce
In 'Intpection ondoos.mbty noont tl/lS ItI the iiiartlv standby Reeerve, place 487, and Katie. llajek) 44 2. Edith

dept of Prether DrycleaningEHpen : : Salo 5 .nollo.fnom H.pl.. i00-io lie wILl not sirru further re.tlrvmvnt when they look ill four points Ahemaihla tossed a ISSgame
.nco preferred but wilt, 38-Autos For for U'O p. ..... T"""... although h. .
from Standard 011.11 five
"" .pply 'In p.ront I 52-Resl Lots?. Wanted points Nick Duckner I'M.? Marietta
l in't", TOP GRADE USED CARS Too so." on I.,.. of Capreh'ho. duel not los* those which hare men of the Moose team rolled Oonikowski 183. Fredflohl 197.
Short ord., cook .nd diohoaih.or. I Want No ,. 50.004 II TorotP.10 ,JAM HENRY boon previously amassed 600 series Roy Lewis a 632
COLLIER COUNTY buy I in er near los ) ret Whldden a nice 337. Dick
......1'.. MI 11300. UII II Small I'houao 0, cottaae Write OacOloo. $14 ..,.. .1 511acro. Q What hapfMmi" lo the cola Hero i 60? Ml) thorn
MOTORS Kemlgan Murnan 185 and Richard Uua
before DM M to Deyid '..ck. T"".,. .James route man for ROTC ? Will all
r7TF6t& At ONCE full Henry, leg* programs
or : 616 Al Tltu 644 with a 214
perl t me man or woman 19 nrr00t.'gon..r." CARIBBEAN NEALTY.REALTORS Prather Laundry In the Naples rraduales go Into the Guard? cern
t.rve Watkln cuttomar* In N.. 1958 BUICK CENTURY HT game, and Dick Jurek a MS eec
pie. Good Income No 'Invett. Front ownor, I.rg. building jot 17H Ne Tamieml Tr Ml HIMlio ares Our the pa* nine years, has A. Nothing happens lo the college
ment Set your own nour* Full I end .ere... tract. Near Bonila been appointed supervisor of dry ROTC program as a result using. 217 game Ralph Leigh A great big 378 game) rolled
Writ C I"R" Ruble Dept DIP Coed condition power ft Mvert or Neplea X,. en tteta of Townsend Produce (allied an
oeroa gfiway
ft H. will tredelor cleaning for the \local edabllahe' action by Harold Chaffer was the big
Tenn t $400 er Cell Nawa. of till restructuring
0 Sox 1147 Momphi. My to ar County I It 004 with five ,.. to pay
U/l It113Help swill Ureln' cer. Cell P'O"BoY 1717 APi $ eoiea directly on ttoie HI. owl Dill Hemlrf, local mans, Graduates will go into the even 600. the only one of the nitwi In the Monday night COR

Ml J-S74J 007 eleio. In {3000RANOOLPH rer, announced today Guard only on a voluntary b*. night when he tossed f amci of 1,000500 League. Harold tumId -

Want. Fomalo Chevrolet. Noma-l I,ko Station condl w.. 55-Siofes Office HARRia FULLER Ateeciete. ReaNerPALMtR A native of Arkansas' Henry at*. Thos who do nut want lo go 2ufl, 318 and ITS Six teams In I 624 terlei but his team,
itt In now
ran. .glnal owner. elwav* Cra/ten Covt Neploa Fla. moved to Florid In IMS and has Into he Guard will remain sr. now tied far the fourth Firestone.. lost ill four to 3 tone
0b'a 'In (arege s'M'l at1t Office tpace* for rent c..tM''i'm.'P DoylflSf Eve f Mil boon sesMUalod with the Praiher roemtxri. of the Army Reserv In this Other
spot league. hlRftICO.I Pullers.! Gene Tlllman rolledfor
Youun t.t.' MS Sth .
lady ,1..ln.
----- : A"IJ' f---; itS asro.. firm sInce IM. He I.. a frsdust In s manpower pool not silt.
II rolled *
pho" .olee .ood typtot. 'd..I lor Oraltr No.. SI It .tCooneat of the National InMllul ai Dry Ject to drill but liable wsrei RslptiMll The Mooring Texaco tcor
Iknawleilia of olllce OK USED CARS Air Cend oTtWe In the STOKE P.o.. Stools Tortlr odwilt. regulsr nsr a 307 loner i Hub Ran 313 Ing! I 641 using gsmei of 1,42.
preco BLDO SS Tenth St No' Low Ptwsi Mt 1 21050 of Cleaning, wa* in charge erf the for possible summer training
U".. tee Mr W,.". Collier INGRAM CHEVROLETA monthly' rental Includee Lie Prather dry cleaning plant la Q What choice now are 8M| WlUon Whldden 310-614| 2(16( and 193 aa the Texaco n....
;oun', New*. entwering rV.co. WILLIAM' b ear e trocf. n.oo down end Lake Wale for a number ct Ray Dag ley 186-53l( Out Wol- some went on to win four from
STONE INC Ml.1 I'll ll/l II IJ.Maer month. N. iniorott. year to dran...* youth who .have
A I Cooditton' l'.IMI" Good V..lktwOgen* fllise Hit).00. One .mile f.... Cold and when the firm closed II*plant been able lo enlei In the six. ford 316| Dab IDylS 221-66S, Horn Ridge Autocente.C reenit.

10db et far Prettier yeer round Dry Cleaning employment below market vakie I 4/71* 57-House For Sale e Cellioi.. Cote County City. 0 Rael'r,on tvnder. la Lake Wale lie took laundry month Reeerve program go on Elvin Townsend 617} Red Lord Eaton using gsmes of 2000:

lopt. Muet be cepoblo of neat Lies- If _- rout. His first Ion i*dry clean. art Ire duly for thai period and 819| Ron Townsend 8711 Earl scored I &86 and harry Klbtwe

Fend ironing. Pleaao* Loundywaakteper apply, inPratner Tt Corveir, Moniat log however. and h* I* glad to b* err* nut the rut of their sis. C.mptcll 824) Mary Llghmsr207633i a M6 at Daley Distributors
.ro.o rhevv Nova f Sot" CpeM TItA... 'ItOHTAO': tans 61-Income Property
: Ply Fury Wagon Air PS trocta .01" roud frontoo, full hark is Dial end at the bualn.... year Keeerve otiligsibm with Charlie Rica 6M Jim took four from Hatcher Con.

wn trtntportat- Wflrte reference. live out. SI PS nimbler Auto T'Ambeteader... Air -RIDGE,- LAKES rvrnialied or SUNDRY lYONS either Ouard or "' ..rve salts? Croak &:JOt| Frank William 604| ruction who had Charlie Howell -

/t./ (.oIII.t, County Now SI Cad I IdI'.. .. PS Fact wnfurmohed Immediete eeavency Eelabtiened M v.nd..... tHIS rAID TO POLAR 'HIHCOMAI A Under the prnptMe Doc Schultz 313- 30i I. tiald
Air New. N'"'. a reel "..I I N.., Golf c...... Beach EicelleM mcomo. Im Indlrldual with a 309-610. Jack Hat
A7.. Chanf an baa theOPfIOrt
ii. I 737 SI Peugeot .... 4 dr r..dan ....... po.soo.4i0o. I TIMOR hilt H "Monday .. Corve, 4 d, Sod! Auto 0., 'ty t., enllet S v.i'' I "'n 2fc. li* a :204-940
::"::.::h.'r.d.y.nd: *ummor S te v 0.cetionnenent durmgdiyt Irene New pawn I MARLOWE AND BECK MARLOWE AND BECK |tilt ......tirn.i..fi.ntlo.1. I'unSIt. unit 11/1. 03 it national C 0 e Wood Chrysler to a 3-1 win
Goad CadlllM Amoco MetaleriftwIihCsrIArmbrust -
.," Call evening f 1271irdretaer WOOD CMrxySLin PSALTORI REALTORS '" po,1 I. : .n t" "y'"
PLYMOUTH 4SI F rlh A... SeMl -- A An by Ed llarroun aa he
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.n Ff55. A. So ontt'.d,
.;jjj" i'.w.--" t,..... North Trail Ml I I Sill u tool, "1. 24553. 0011 I tUl. IS4M. ttSSI 5. ,it a ''", II .opo..". '" rolled game of :301. 398 and a 313 gams and G fen Ulai

.,.11... ,.,_ c." "'I Booroom Cl Cntto.. lake 194, wai high fir the Monday
rolling took
IOU 12/11 Jt at, \I' roli I, I "'ioi' .I i a 608 set tour
41-Trucks Tractors For Near Kw'* Ch.kLegato
Tor lii...-leaulyMl = s, 4... 5045 65-Cen. Real EslstoI 8.nd..p' ,. it I'. night Commercial League and from Alamler and Son by forfeit
... OMIt li/ll OfTIi..1 loss Inc S4 StM W. ,t'a hr' .. Sg; OIL< ,,,, hU team, Wlmp'i Texaco wen and fuller Industries with
TRuCKS New OMC Ml III11 ll/S lit .
; ; i,... oosr.' Pickup. Truck Mart ot LOW 'rr-ui-o"w aMl the Ci S0134
riot fob If you don.t went to POt 10 N.. duds. df ., .1.* I t'aul'l Texaco. Duck
II/I tO ct" I .if l'srry'so.3
OMC INC tad. I Harold Miller a m
LUFF spite two
'k d"'t apply tool I i SIJ*. e .1't'"n': : .
II tf 421 Oth If No Weple OH the .....;. Ii,P1 and Wimp J ohnaon', massisted
Tomporery eddroee It"CR. M sell et $tOWS ALSo and two with Moon's Masonry
actioo young lao'y tKoroufitami oub .bN.t the 0 ant hntoeor e.cli uwhj". I. .I. In the winning cause.arroll Salmon rolled
DJ. a
;:iar w.IN Napiee areof ...._ c,.... to NPO.1$ I?. 444tt, r ,' Arnold shot II high
t,..... ond oiperMnced U-Mob.l Homo SOUTH If .11.... yodlfindit .. .. gsrriet of gloom of 1154.I5inkerton.
hr. k.. ...4 r
eN Ming needed ton rttptn WSO.LOAM 0 ITOllr. IIICtT7" 181, 300 and 206 and a big
,. raceptiomot' poeilwit. Sr It N. M'1I'tii1 1 faster tht I..iotr'unghc, b.to ....."11 ;. .I.fog
_k. wont ettrecttvo aorEnding 12 M.rt00l ,....., 2 Itlo f..... : in i. ... I Ieel' it* but this wu not enough
*. Colt tool I 2 SI4I. toes L.... SoOty. ... a711III ; t ai the Mined Grocers lost all Agency
1It1 11 tf45.Tail.ri = : 10 at I 'a
0 551000* 'ourpolows to
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-Help Wanted Malog THOMAS' McBKiDC "..It.. k" .. dr 5 i ,0' : I.yon rumbig In I 212 Change Emphasis

For Rout SS> Pe" S4 So Ml 7444J oli7.. ,' 0 050, OJ, 'i'i'30SIsIr game and I 661 aertti and
I NEW YORK (AP) In the
0 woo wronteol 4eirol IUDOIT tooI"'OIO' ii -.' r .,r.' Iifi Flerb LM rolling a 218 gam
| 'work Watl M>e Hxckt.I .e4 1400 witlt FMA to.ow .. old days, the PtAkerton Nationalpojtftlv
I M up lowtdry bM aio* ondt Pr,...,.." e...., at Lake HeHy you .xo a new 1- ii I ". ," r.. food for a M? set. Danny Agency had a hand IB
> lIst if *u<>o* Appfv M Modern 7.* II W HOMO "koweo eot "rom *.. 0"' f. ". I scored UTB with
0 ouly Prettier I avnolrv4or Ire.lor A.r Good control hoot boutS Not a praieel ....S. .04 games trifling down such notorious
; TV...p.ete.y turn Lo,.. tee.- ......,......iA004LPN Seasonal Rental Oh. O.tl ,.r.l 01 202 and 204 as LUf CMC teamen aa Jeaae ,James, Cam
; ; .,. .
yerd Avail mnMd Ownor w pm ilpw..ro I lor ..._ SM Ml I.... ULLtfAiMCH '''. oopri took Andker Lonngei for three0enrgs DIM and la* Youcger brother,
r>od and food referenceer. tool, > V*> lilt M : *it, a T.u b ir,_ I.. hath boom. ohS tla. .n 0,0.14.1 IISMS It was b1 .. .1th5tIii Wall wIth 201 and Starting Jan |, tile world'
,- .4 r., I 1041 for aa- ,, a
Oeyeen Cove fuimahwl and well ii' fin5' 14' "
nicely "iAUI ct.
tw..4 tills 30 Trailer* *ar 7iii redeemable Div tn ) Iou. .*..tw.rkOit i. Ml was high man for the losin. biggest prtvsie police force will
1_.. US o wool HMk heated home I..ate near tfr' "w.C't. a' i .U.I .rthIJUlikO
wW "ol, (.... l'u.uou Creek T roller Port .... *4 ... Ut* (..1..11. Tkeirrk.. .Be...h. OIl '. rervo'nhr.i05 .. :'.. lOll: Palm lake MotU Itemsa be known Simply aa Plnkerton's,
ts to n. 00r P'v4Ofoc RoOo.I Airport till H -.. Vr.da _. ..... .1 thai ant" amateur r* 11151 ... .. .... Wnt4100 snOOaos.os..v her knot lUMfBtaf CeaiUr 4 14511 OPUS' OO' iti'i .".1,01DURJWC rot anclfh Jim Haynea it. shooting
r..11 ri
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H role
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TroM. lor re* | m e- Ie ....... .. .rll" 1226 and prlTXe-eye emphavslx
12111 II outoos
a 643 made U
1.0.04 .. I __ I hutS 0....o.e .. 104040 lOt tan 11114 owPob. $1650.00 pc. tkaptrr In ih*" resord 01 st they Us leas glamorous work! aa )In.
__;4 ..0.. ... ;;; Mer Ih* boy AHla -iLlf' TtH four ever. Droolulde spite) of1304HU'
/ service isA
nonion Molt H.... 000.Wb.ontuISt Hi JUM U 11-... ofr.iI 1u p/blx } duelrUl guarda.Rofrt .
.... .nd U 1.- ". 0- _r M..* 0040 Five Utfitte ch'irae). Oft Det.mb.r ISIW btpaulAbrahamaon. A. plnkerton n, the

tOwM -Apts.. Fo lent PM A.Saj. (" rou. Post Office Department Howls foUU andGeorjeMrt- fourth-generation member of his

0 0 1'0;, ::- =-= 14450 ou ... XO-M.--eWT'i7eee K. C. Bowling D'Mt'S LIClfSl f'P t. will hold first-day er.moB mao eAda rolled 4M It Httm& family to head the agency, an.
I 0 MO'
;; 'JWM t.r0000 EBB TIDE APTS ...y. .e.oSy- n c..y ow ear yow Mi MIM rOut -. >. ior a Radio AmateuriClnntemOfslhSeB'ftflt funeral Home woo four by for ounced tile same change' Tues.

.0004 04 T' MSrO... W-'J -.xt' ..... oiB m i eel ejoMke .0 e ytH I1Rll1 MONTH ', mp. felt from Marco bland Deve day
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OFEN 711 TOO PM. SAT limit OMY.ura.lc.Wtk! FISCHER'S ALE w Sliced Peaches 5 No. 2'h $1
$3 ar Mrt OriVCoffee LImit Firons
Rights Ritarval
1 Sweet Peas 3 303 Gns 49c
irwit TRH
FROZEN FOODS 12 Pak 12 01.Tkraw

ASTOR FROZENVegetables Away SAVEUnit Bdi. 39 Golden. Corn 2 limit 303 Cam Four 29c
Two Yow Chain 24 ex. Pit;.
Long Grain Rice 29c1Lb.
With Otto Limit Two
flit.Pas PirtkiMi .

.. Mil VagatCiufiflowaf 5 $I ZL{ .... SAVESTOKELYPumpkin (.:i.
Cat ConRratcoB{ For ..:!" 2'limit Two 29
1 PIUSIURY SMOKEDHams Treets Crackers Limit Tw. 29

I Mince Pies 2 For 89 Flour Raisins :Pka.25c

,. SEABROOK Pie Shells.HUBBARD Pha 3ge N.NGd 3 8 C m I lb B>9 J1jAvr* \ Wkobar F.Half U.NEI 55 Hi-C SAVE!FESTIVAL Drinks 4 46 Limit ax.Faar Cam $1

Squash 5 99 jo. Fruit Cakes Si;;' 99c
FROI5S RASP3ERRIES ORStr'berries ?? '
4 10 .L PIE.. 9ge { M 16
Rye Bread .1. 19cOnions
BRDSEYE! PEARL >| fZE WhM or R'Half limit O WitfcSS tf MwtOr,.r Laif

with Peas 3 10.1. 99c __ MADE A nORIDALge. Pork Loin SAVEI DIXIE DARLINGFruit !12 Pak
Squares 39cI
I Eggs I Roasl Shorlening I ( SAVE! DIXIE DARtiNG
'*'1.*.. 99c 10 ax.laivas.
Bar BQ Bread 2 29cOysters

I Cheese F4I1 -- 89: w 111. t9c 3 49 MORE MEAT VAIUES

L LoIn Half Lb. SSe 5AVI Vk
I Sale! Poultry Specials

Cottage 2-11.. Cup: 55c FRESH PRODUCE
HOLIDAYWINES Stuffed Turkeys ". 55
Cottage ( cq: 29'
t Potatoes. 10 59' Grade Ducks 49c
David 5th s139] QUICK FROZENGrade

Cheddar Ii. 59 FLORIDA PASCAL Roma Dessert s* 99c "A" Geese 49c

= Roma Table 5th' 89c QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A"

Cream. ........ 29' Celery I I 2 519 King Dessert. 5th 95c Roasting Chickens 49c


tgeOCIAN SPRAY. OOLDIN YIUOW FRESH Pedigree Dessert 95 "A" Capons 59c
Longhorn 10.1.
2'49c. Corn 10 fan 49c Pedigree Table 5th 79c QUICK FROZEN
Ust.dN.nAnl.stU.wolO.r.. Baking Fowl I 39c
EXTR.4. Tangerines D'L 39c Apples I 5 u.I.f 49e
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TOP..VALUE. AMPS RED DELICIOUS SWEET FLORIDA Complete I Assortment of .>.. rlll..a------- fI8'11IFA

CadTWorths2 ar Mara Apples I 13 Fer $100 Oranges 5 ll.R., 39c Holiday Wines STANDARD'S

I H C.v r..V.M Tkn DM. If* NEW CROP FANCY YELLOW Fresh Oysters 12.1.Sha 99c
!?; ,T ANY WINK DIKlt 0 rwi CKK Pecan Meats II.o.Pt,.99c Onions 5 *1.. 39c FREE CRACKIN 2J Extra TV GOOD Stamp. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICC CHUCK OR SHOULDER

CORN CHIPS Boneless I Roast u. 79c
TOPMVALUE STAMPS .. c..,..0.Pkg. 49c Cube
a.d..N..awa CRACKIN OOOOCanned Steaks u. 99
Mio ... Biscuits .. 3E
C. VmM Tkr. D. IM CHEEZ CURLS Canned Hams 4 11$399
-L AU FLAVORSCookie 7 at. Pk|. PINKY PIG

Mixes 49 c..,......o..11"Pi.. 1 39. j Sliced Bacon . u. 49
I Phi PRE 5Qf utro TV Stamp

W-D Bra- l.an. Prate LUCKY WHIP POTATO CHIPS Smo. Sausage u. 59cFN
6dlooF3c 5134 Tn COPELAND'S
c..r.. Y.s ten o IM Topping . <- 39 G.Mo OaPlf.59c I
i 1x1 1_5W 11 I4 1 Roll Sausage LS 45I <<
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I TOP.,VALUE.,Tn..w'. ....STAMPS. Pie Plates Makes A Wonderful $7 99

:' MaatUafC.OPM $144 Dryer Christmas Gift wards
) VJM Tkra o.. 11dI 2 for 49c Worth OS
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j E lGTRA EXTIRA E71CT1Rle TM(MM*Mtri' 50c,"MI.MtOUUII w.ast.rlssso50cpITr.I._MCIIAII.+
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Ir? MaatUaf ', 98cC..INM j jM.shrumi2" 58c Ktyt pn2a 331 ::':...-":..='t; =-_-- ::
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